Apple on Friday seeded the sixth beta of iOS 12.3 to developers. Registered devs can install the update via the OTA mechanism in the Settings app, or by visiting Apple’s Developer Center.
This is the second iOS 12.3 beta we’ve seen rolled out this week, suggesting that Apple is in the home stretch of this testing cycle and preparing to release the software to the general public.
As we’ve noted in previous beta posts, iOS 12.3 includes Apple’s new TV app. Unveiled earlier this year, the app features a more streamlined UI and support for more apps and streaming services.
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The beta also brings about support for Channels, an a la carte plan that allows users to pay for individual streaming apps without the need for a cable or satellite subscription.
During its March media event, Apple said that it planned to launch its new TV app in May. So between that and the frequency we are seeing these betas, expect a public release soon.
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