Apple's Sept. 9 media event is just hours away, and it's shaping up to be a doozy. We're expecting to see iPhone 6s and 6s Plus models with better cameras and Force Touch, a souped-up Apple TV and possibly even a 12-inch iPad Pro with a slew of productivity features.
Fortunately, if you can't be at San Francisco's Bill Graham auditorium, you can still catch all of the action from home -- even on a Windows machine this time around. Here's how to watch Apple's Sept. 9 media briefing on various devices when it kicks off at 1PM Eastern Time.
Using a Mac or iOS Device
To watch the event on your Mac, iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, simply fire up Safari and navigate to www.apple.com/apple-events/september-2015. You'll need a Mac with Safari 6.05 on OS X version 10.8.5 or newer, or an iOS device using iOS 7 or newer.
Using Apple TV
To watch the event on your Apple TV, select the Apple Events channel from your machine's home screen.
Using Windows 10
Apple has finally decided to make its coveted live event easily accessible to Windows users, though there's a slight catch. You'll need to have Windows 10, and will need to be using Microsoft's Edge browser. Once you open Edge, you can simply navigate to Apple's Events page as you would on Safari.
If you're not on a supported device, you can still stick around Apple's Events website, where the company will provide liveblog-style updates on all the big announcements. We'll be on the ground for the big event, so stay tuned to Tom's Guide and our sister site Laptop Mag for breaking news and hands-on impressions.