Apple‘s taking the stage on March 8 for its big ‘Peek Performance’ event, and as always, you have ample ways to tune in and watch it. Apple events are among the most exciting times in the consumer tech space. Apple holds a few big events each year, announces a slew of products, and the tech world goes wild about all the flashy new toys. Some of the biggest announcements from last year’s various Apple events included the redesigned iMac, iPhone 13 lineup, and Apple‘s M1 Pro and M1 Max chips.

Believe it or not, it’s almost time for Apple to do it all over again. Apple confirmed it’s hosting another event on Tuesday, March 8. This latest one is titled ‘Peek Performance’ and is expected to be a jam-packed show. There are rumors of a new iPhone SE, an updated iPad Air, and possibly new entries for the MacBook and Mac mini. There’s no way to say for certain until Apple reveals everything itself — and the good news is that watching Apple’s March 8 event is a cinch.

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If you’re interested in watching Apple’s March 8 event, the easiest choice for most people is to watch via YouTube. Simply head to Apple’s YouTube channel (or click the video player below) at 1:00 PM EST / 10:00 AM PST on March 8. The video will play on any computer from the YouTube desktop site, on the YouTube mobile app, or on any smart TV with a YouTube application. You can also visit the video page ahead of time and click ‘Set reminder’ to get a notification right when the livestream begins.

Other Places To Watch Apple’s March 8 Event

The March 8 Peek Performance event on Apple's website

For folks who don’t want to watch the Apple Event on YouTube, there are a couple of other options. The next best choice is to watch directly on Apple’s website. Visiting Apple’s website at 1:00 PM EST on March 8 should take you directly to the live-streamed video. You can also visit the Events page before then and add the event to your calendar.

Last but certainly not least, there’s a third way to watch for any device with the Apple TV app (including iPhones, iPads, Macs, and Apple TV streaming boxes). If you open the Apple TV app when the Apple event is about to begin, you should see a banner advertising it. Click/tap that banner, and you’ll start watching it directly in Apple TV. If you can’t watch the Apple event live but want to see it later, the Apple TV app is great for that too. Any time after the March 8 event is finished, just open the Apple TV app, go to the ‘Search’ page, search ‘Apple event,’ and select the March 8, 2022, event from the list of results.