We finally knew the date when the apple company would be holding its first keynote of the year. Now, Apple announced through its special events page that there will be a live broadcast of their event on Monday, March 21 which will take place at 10:00 am, 6:00 pm during peninsular time .
According to Apple Insider, the keynote will use Apple’s HTTP Live Streaming technology. People who want to watch the live stream, must have an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch with iOS 7.0 or higher. In addition, those who have a second, third or fourth generation Apple TV will also be able to watch the event.
The presentation of Apple’s new devices will take place in the auditorium of its campus in the number 1 of Infinite Loop, Cupertino. Sources indicate that this could be the last event to be held at this location , as Cook indicated last month at the Annual Shareholders’ Meeting that his Campus 2 Theater will be the venue for the meeting next year. In addition, if the firm holds another event in mid-2016, it may be held in San Francisco, as has happened in the past.
By March 21st we expect Cupertino’s firm to launch a 4-inch iPhone, plus straps for the Apple Watch and a mini version of his iPad Pro. In addition, Apple may take the opportunity to officially release the latest updates to its operating systems .