iOS 12.3 and tvOS 12.3 public beta versions have been released.
A day after rolling out the iOS 12.3 beta for those developers, Apple has rolled out the first public beta version of the updated iOS and tvOS to the general public. The iOS 12.3 and tvOS 12.3 people betas comprise updated Apple TV app, which comprises the Apple TV Channels feature that was introduced at the organization’s current”It’s show time” event. In case you have enrolled your Apple TV or iOS apparatus for beta access, the public beta will automatically reach your phone, tablet, or even Apple TV.
As per a report from 9to5Mac, the updated Apple TV program included in the public beta is already allowing the customers to subscribe to Showtime, Starz, The Smithsonian Channel, along with Tastemade stations. The listing is expected to rise as the company releases newer beta version in the run-up to the launch of the stable version. The final version of this Apple TV app will contain access into TV channels such as HBO, CBS All Access, EPIX, Noggin and new providers such as MTV Hits. The business has promised to add even more over the years.
The 9to5Mac report also notes that the redesigned Apple TV app puts more attention on curation and the integration of their third-party services. Other specifics of the new public beta updates are uncertain at this point.
If you want to test out the public beta upgrades, you can go across the Apple’s beta website to register and enrol your Apple device for beta program accessibility. Apple recommends backing up your iOS apparatus before installing the public beta. Apple TV does not require a backup since all the purchases and information are saved in the cloud. The Apple TV updates are located in System > Software Updates.