2022 could be a very big year for Apple, and it gets started on Tuesday with the company’s first event of the year. The event is online and available to everyone to watch, and it starts on March 8 at 10 a.m. Pacific. You can watch the event at the scheduled time, but if you can’t make it, you can watch it anytime afterward.
How to watch Apple’s ‘Peek Performance’ event
- Apple will stream the event on the Apple.com website
- You can also watch on Apple’s YouTube channel (embedded below)
- On iPhone, iPad, or Mac through the TV app
- Through the Apple TV app on the Apple TV device
The invite to the event was sent out on March 2 with the tagline “Peek Performance” and a 3-D image of the Apple logo in different colors. Speculation has been that Apple will release a new iPhone SE featuring 5G connectivity, a new iPad Air, and maybe even some new Macs and a new consumer display. For more information on what the event is all about and the products that could be released, check out the following:
- ‘Peek Performance’ odds: Every Apple event rumor ranked: what are the chances on what we’ll see on Tuesday?
- Does Apple have any surprises in store at its ‘Peek Performance’ event?: the most likely culprits that Apple may indeed let us peek at.
- Apple’s event teaser has piqued our curiosity: Is ‘Peek’ a clue or just clever?: the grand tradition of over-scrutinizing Apple event invitations.
- Apple’s ‘Peek Performance’ event is just the start of a monster month of releases: A complete list of what Apple coule release this month.
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