Apple media event 2015 event kicks off in just in several hours from now at 10:00 am PST or 1:00 pm ET at the Graham Bell Civic Auditorium where it is widely expected to unveil the hotly anticipated iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, and the next generation Apple TV.
A week back Cupertino company had sent out invites with a tag line ‘Hey Siri, give us a hint’. The good news is that the company has previously announced that it will be live streaming the big event, so you can watch it live on your iPhone, iPad, Mac, Windows or Android device.
How To Watch Apple Media Event Live On DeviceMac
If plan to watch it on your Mac, then open Safari browser and point it to the following URL
iPad, iPhone or iPod touch
If you plan to stream Apple media event on your iPhone or iPad, then point mobile Safari to the same URL:
If you have Apple TV 3 or 2 with its 5.0.2 software or later, then go to “Apple Events” channel with the September 9 event logo on the main menu to stream the event live on your television. Note that currently the Apple Events channels isn’t available, but Apple should roll it out on the day of the event.
For the first time, some Windows users will be able to live stream the event on their PC officially. But there’s a limitation. You can only do it if only on the Microsoft Edge browser which comes with Windows 10.
If you’re on Windows 10, then point Microsoft Edge to the following URL:
Android/Windows 8.1 or lower
It will be possible to watch the live stream of the big event on Windows or even on an Android device. Follow the next steps to launch it:
Step 1. Download VLC , the VideoLan media player which is freely available.
Step 2. Open the VLC app.
Step 3. Then go to the ‘Media’ tab and pick ‘Open Network Stream’.
Step 4. In the URL field, type (or copy) the following link. This is the direct location to the stream:
In case the above URL doesn’t work, try this one:
Step 5. The last step is to press Play.
Important: the live stream URL may appear broken until it is has started. Refresh the stream when the video has begun (at 10 am PDT or 1:00 pm ET) and everything should work fine.
Apple media event 2015 starts at 10:00 am PT or 1:00 pm ET. So don't miss it.