How to watch Apple’s spring event on 420

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Tuesday is not only 420, but Apple’s big spring event where new iPads, AirPods, and maybe even AirTags could be unveiled along with other new products.

The “Spring Loaded” event starts at 10 a.m. PT on Tuesday, and will be completely livestreamed from Apple Park thanks to the pandemic. Usually Apple holds an IRL event at company headquarters in Cupertino, California. 

Like all Apple events, you’ll be able to tune in a few different ways. The easiest option is to go to Apple’s website. It’ll be streaming on there for anyone watching from a desktop or mobile browser. Ahead of the livestream you can add the event to your calendar where all viewing information will be conveniently listed.

For those with Apple devices, like an iPhone or iPad, you can open the Apple TV app and look up “Apple event.” There’s also a viewing option on Apple TV devices and other smart TVs with the Apple TV app. 

For Android users (or anyone), Apple’s YouTube channel will also let you watch and even prepare for Tuesday. Click the “set reminder” button for the April 20 Apple Event. 

Or just ask Siri, “When’s the next Apple event?” The digital assistant will pull up a notification with the event info and a link to Apple.com

 

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