Today, April 29, Apple released the fourth beta version of iOS 12.3, 12.3 tvOS, macOS 10.14.5 and watchOS 5.2.1. The updates came after only a week since the release of the previous beta versions of the operating system, whereas previously, the company adhered to a two-week cycle. The transition to Apple’s accelerated release schedule test assemblies may indirectly indicate the approaching date of the official release of the updated versions of all four platforms of the company.
The main innovation iOS 12.3 and 12.3 tvOS is an updated app Apple TV, which includes new service from Apple called Apple TV Channels. He works as an aggregator of third-party cable networks and streaming services, providing them easy access with universal tool subscription. At the moment it is in test mode with four services: The Smithsonian Channel, Starz, Showtime, and Tastemade.
Apple TV Channels subscription
Probably the first time after the release of the Apple TV Channels will be available only to users residing in North America. This is due to the fact that most of the services included in the service, broadcast only in the United States, Canada and, at best, to Oceania. However, it is possible that Apple will be able to adapt Apple TV Channels and for other countries, including Russia, agreed with local content providers.
Given that Apple usually requires 6 test builds before releasing the update, you can count on the fact that the release of iOS 12.3 and other operating systems will take place may 20. This is also evidenced by the statement of the company that the Apple TV Channels will be available for use in may 2019. However, even if, Apple will delay the update for another week, they still meet the deadline, keep the promise, given at the presentation.