Apple's first event of 2022 is taking place today. The name of the event is "Peek Performance," likely a play on words for sneak peak since the company is expected to give us a peak at the new iPhone SE with 5G and maybe even unveil a new iPad Air or Mac Mini. We might also receive news about the company's services and possibly hear about the release dates for iOS and iPad 15.4, along with macOS Monterey 12.3.
What time does the event begin?
You'll be able to watch the streamed event live on Tuesday, March 8 at 10 a.m PT / 1 p.m ET. Previous Apple events have been pre-recorded, so you can probably expect that today. You can also probably expect a flashy presentation and a whole bunch of build up of the new devices. After all, the entire point of the event is to get people pumped about the latest products and technology.
How to watch the event
You have three options to watch the event. It will be streamed on the Apple website, through the Apple TV app, and via Apple's YouTube Channel. Apple has posted a placeholder for the event on YouTube, and you can visit now to set a reminder for the event.