If you're dying to find out all you can about the Apple Watch on Monday, there are more than a few ways to follow along. Here's how.

First, you should totally watch The Switch's live blog (edit: we're live now!). Our own Hayley Tsukayama is on the ground in San Francisco, and she'll be providing updates from inside the room when the event kicks off. I'll be manning the battlestations from here in Washington.

Looking to get it straight from the horse's mouth? Tune into Apple's livestream. But be forewarned — you'll only be able to load the video if you meet these conditions:

Live streaming video requires Safari 5.1.10 or later on OS X v10.6.8 or later; Safari on iOS 6.0 or later. Streaming via Apple TV requires second- or third-generation Apple TV with software 6.2 or later.

In plain English, this means you must be using Apple's proprietary Web browser on one of these mobile devices, on a Mac running OS X Snow Leopard or higher, or a second- or third-generation Apple TV.

Apple's livestream is usually pretty great. But last year it saw a few problems, such as a foreign-language voiceover that made it impossible to hear the presentation. Here's hoping this time goes a little more smoothly.

While you're waiting for the stream to start, why not take a look at Hayley's preview, or my analysis of the Apple Watch's greatest flaw?