Apple seeds first betas of iOS 12.3 and tvOS 12.3 to developers

Just two days after rolling out iOS 12.2 and other updates to consumers, Apple has begun a new beta cycle. On Wednesday, the company pushed out first betas of iOS 12.3 and tvOS 12.3 to developers. Registered devs can install the software via each platform’s respective OTA update mechanism.

It looks like iOS and tvOS 12.3 will introduce the revamped TV app that Apple announced on Monday, which brings about support for over 150 streaming services and various improvements. And given that Apple said the new TV app is coming in May, we are guessing that’s when 12.3 will launch publicly.

We’re installing the updates now and will be sure to report back if we find any other new features or changes worth mentioning. And as always, if you spot something noteworthy in the new betas that we haven’t mentioned yet, be sure to tell us about it down in the comments section below.

Update: it appears today’s betas also include Apple’s new ‘Channels’ a la carte offering, which allows you to pay for individual apps/channels without the need for a cable or satellite subscription.