If you can’t make it to Apple’s “Spring Forward” event on March 9, you can pretend you’re in the audience by catching a live stream of the festivities. Following invites that went out to press earlier this morning, the iPhone maker said it’ll graciously allow folks at home to follow along. Let’s hope it goes better than the last live stream Apple hosted, which featured a truck schedule and interpreter for the majority of the event.
Assuming the live stream does go off without a hitch, Apple’s site should provide up-to-date pictures, quotes and videos from the event. We’ll be providing our own coverage too, including major announcements and other pertinent information. It’s been awhile since we last saw Apple take the stage—since last September—so all eyes will be on the company come March 9.
You can automatically add the event to your Calendar app—the event is March 9 at 10 a.m. PDT—and the live stream itself will require Safari 5.1.10 or later on OS X v10.6.8 or later. You can also view it through Safari on iOS 6 or later, or using a second- or third-generation Apple TV with software 6.2 and up; no mention of Windows is made on Apple’s site.