Apple will also introduce a number of software updates, including iOS 9.3, watchOS 2.2, OS X 10.11.4, and tvOS 9.2. The event will kick off at 1 PM ET / 10 AM PT, and as always anyone not able to attend in person can watch the live stream at Apple’s website to stay in the loop on all the announcements. As usual, Apple being Apple, there are some restrictions on how to watch Tim Cook’s keynote. The streaming will be available for devices running Mac OS X version 10.8.5 with Safari 6.0.5 or better, iOS 7 or better, and Apple TV 6.2 or better. The company is also making room for Windows 10 users, as they will be able to watch event live with the Microsoft Edge browser. If you don’t own an Apple device or a Windows 10 device, you’re still not completely out of luck. For example, on Windows 7 or Windows 8.1, one thing you could do is to change your web browser user agent settings. You can download the User Agent Switcher add-on for Mozilla Firefox and the User-Agent Switcher extension for Google Chrome to trick Apple’s event site that you’re using Safari. You can also use the VLC player available for Windows, Mac, Android, and Linux. Follow these steps: You’ll notice an “Unable to open the MRU file…” until the Apple live stream starts. Download the VLC player for Android devices. Remember that Apple event streams are known to have technical issues all the time, as such it’s always a good strategy to set up the stream minutes before the event to get experience. Update, March 22, 2016: In case you missed it, here is the announcement recap for Apple’s event. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.