Excited fans can live stream the Apple Watch March 9 event, where the company is expected to determine final pricing for the smartwatch and unveil both the MacBook with Retina display and the enhanced Apple TV.
The event will take place March 9 at 10 a.m. PDT and can be live streamed through http://www.apple.com/live/. Those who will be watching from a computer should have Safari 5.1.10 or newer version as support. The browser should be running Mac OS X 10.6.8 or newer. Apple does not officially support live streaming via Windows PC or Android Phones.
For those who will be using their mobile phones to watch the event, only Safari on an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch running iOS 6 or newer versions is permitted. Those who have a second or third-generation Apple TV can live stream as long as the firmware version is 6.2 or newer.
The Apple Watch So Far
The smartwatch will go on sale this coming April. It will be available in three editions, with the first estimated to be available for $350. It will have stainless steel or space black stainless steel cases, sapphire crystal and a choice among stylish bands.
The second, the Sport edition, is estimated to carry a price tag of $500. It will have the anodized aluminum cases in silver or space gray, strengthened Ion-X glass, and a choice among colorful and durable bands.
The third edition or the 18-karat Gold edition is estimated to carry a price tag ranging anywhere from $5,000 to $10,000. It will be available in yellow or rose cases, sapphire crystal face and classy crafted bands and closures.
The Apple Watch is the “most personal product” Apple has ever made.
“Because it’s the first one designed to be worn,” Apple said in its website.