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Why can’t I just show up and wait for it to start?
For all their Keynotes, Apple uses the HLS live-streaming protocol. It’s great, and all, but the only major browsers that support it are Apple’s Safari and Microsoft Edge (the browser that comes with Windows 10). So if you’re an open-source buff or you want to use your Smart TV or you’re on the go and all you have is your Android tablet (Why didn’t you just get an iPad?!), what are you going to do?????. Well, you have two options: You can wait for Apple to put it on their YouTube channel (can be a week or more), or…
You can read this guide!!!!!
macOS, iOS, Android, Windows or Linux
Open your faveorite browser, show up and wait.
September 2018: Apple is rumored to be livestreaming to Twitter this time, so head to their Twitter page if you’re interested.
Apple has helpfully made an Apple TV app for watching the events here. If you have an Apple TV or second-generation or later, you can beam the stream to it using Airplay on a Mac or iOS device (if you use an iOS device I recommend an iPad). To do so, activate your Apple TV, and swipe up for Control Center. Tap Airplay, and wait for it to find your Apple TV.
Open the page on your Android device and follow this guide from Google.