The event will be live-streamed on Apple.com, if you’re using a Mac with OS X 10.8.5 and Safari 6.0.5 or later, a PC with Microsoft’s Edge browser for Windows 10, or an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch running iOS 7 or later. It’ll also work on Apple TV, second-gen and up.
The invite reads, “Let us loop you in” and shows a design made from the Apple logo, with colors suggestive of its current devices: space gray, silver, rose gold, and gold. Besides the connection to 1 Infinite Loop, one of Apple’s addresses in Cupertino, this could be a wink to the Milanese Loop, one of the Apple Watch bands.
We’ll have a live blog and tons of coverage of Apple’s event, which will occur the day before the company’s first preliminary hearing in the San Bernardino case. While Apple usually saves news about upcoming iOS and OS X versions for WWDC in June, we wouldn’t be shocked to hear something about the company’s committment to privacy too.
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This story, "Apple confirms special event to 'loop in' the press March 21" was originally published by Macworld.