How to watch Apple’s ‘Spring Loaded’ virtual event live on April 20, 2021

Last week, Apple officially sent out invites for its live virtual event titled ‘Spring Loaded‘. The event will be streamed live on Apple’s website on Tuesday, April 20, at 10:00 am PDT.

It is long rumored that the tech giant will introduce its upcoming mini-LED iPad Pro, new iMac, Apple TV, AirTags, and AirPods 3. We have covered below how you can catch Apple’s ‘Spring Loaded’ event.

Apple event Spring Loaded

Watch Apple’s ‘Spring Loaded’ event live on April 20

The event will commence at 10 am PDT, and you can check out the equivalent time in your region here or from the quick list below.

  • 07:00 AM – Hawaii
  • 09:00 AM – Alaska
  • 10:00 AM – Pacific
  • 11:00 AM – Mountain
  • 12:00 PM – Central
  • 01:00 PM – Eastern
  • 03:00 PM – São Paulo
  • 06:00 PM – London
  • 07:00 PM – Paris
  • 08:00 PM – Moscow
  • 02:00 AM – Tokyo (April 21st)
  • 03:00 AM – Sydney (April 21st)


The recommended way to watch the event on YouTube, Apple has already listed the event on its YouTube channel:

iPad, iPhone, iPod

Those users who will be attending the 20th April event can visit Apple’s live stream page. However, make sure that your device is running on iOS 10 or later.


You can watch the live stream on Apple’s page via Safari, or you can visit the YouTube channel.

Apple TV

You can use the Events app provided on the streaming box to watch the live virtual event. Go to Watch Now, there you will find ‘Spring Loaded’, select it and enjoy the event.

Windows 10

Windows 10 users can easily watch the live event on their PCs on Apple’s website or YouTube, on Edge, Chrome, or Firefox browser.

As per rumors, Apple is expected to announce its next-generation iPad Pro models with mini-LED (12.9-inch only), faster M1-class performance, improved cameras, and Thunderbolt 3 powered USB-C port. Apple could also announce a new iPad mini with faster internals, larger display, and thinner bezels. It is also expected that Apple is ready to launch a new Apple TV model, third-generation AirPods, and location-tracking AirTags, however, their launch timeframe is not certain.

Since it is a long-standing tradition of Apple to only reveal the devices through an event, we can only take hints as to what might be revealed. You can also stay tuned to our Facebook page, Twitter account and this website to be updated on the announcements and coverage of this event. What are your thoughts and expectations from this event? Let us know in the comments below!

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