How to watch Apple’s spring event again?

Apple has been holding an event in spring for some time, usually in March. There was a lot of speculation about the date of this year, and it was finally announced that it would be today, March 8.

If you don’t want to miss everything the company has announced, it’s as easy as reading on to find out how to see the event again directly from the Apple website or from any company device. Alternatively, you can play the YouTube video above.

When and where has Apple’s spring event 2022 been held?

Apple confirmed a few days ago that the spring event would be held this Tuesday March 8that is, today. That’s quite a bit earlier than we had initially predicted, as there was speculation of an event in late March or even April, like 2021.

In any case, the next Spring Apple Event was once again virtual and pre-recorded at Apple Park in Cupertino, California. The broadcast started at 10:00 local time, when in Spain it was 7:00 p.m.

Luckily, there’s a way to watch it again if you’ve missed the live announcements.

How to Rewatch Apple’s Spring 2022 Event on PC or Mac

To view the Apple event on a delayed basis from your Windows 10 computer or laptop, you will need to access the page of streaming from Microsoft Edge, while on your Mac or MacBook running macOS Sierra 10.14 or later you’ll need to use Safari.

How to rewatch Apple’s Spring 2022 event on iPhone or iPad

Apple ensures that your presentations are best experienced on iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch by accessing the page of streaming from Safari and if you have an iOS 12 or later device.

How to rewatch Apple’s Spring 2022 event on AppleTV

You can also relive the event from your Apple TV if you have a second-generation model or later that has the latest version installed. software from Apple TV or tvOS. There is no longer a dedicated app for Apple Events, but it will not cost you to see it anyway.

How to rewatch Apple’s Spring 2022 event in other browsers

If you don’t have any of the recommended web browsers above, Apple recommends viewing your events page in the latest versions of Google Chrome and Firefox, though you’ll need MSE, H.264, and AAC support.