Tomorrow’s a day to set your alarms early, guys. Apple’s March event is finally upon us, and it’s an punishing start — here’s when you’ll need to roll out of bed and plug in your iPhone headphones.
Apple’s first 2016 keynote event kicks off bright and early for us Aussies, although it’s a leisurely 10AM start in California. In Australia, the live stream will kick off from 4AM AEDT (Sydney time), and you’ll have to be using a Mac or iOS device, running the Safari browser — that’s Mac OS X 10.8.5 or newer, and iOS 7 or newer. Outside of Apple devices, your only choice is a PC running Windows 10 and using Microsoft’s Edge browser. Watch said live stream right here on Apple’s website.
P.S for anyone thinking of looking for any cryptic clues in the page’s source code, don’t bother — there’s nothing especially interesting. “Check out our live March 2016 Apple Special Event and get a first look at what’s new” is about as informative as it gets. [Apple]