Apple on Wednesday seeded the first betas of iOS 12.4, tvOS 12.4, watchOS 5.3 and macOS 10.14.6 to developers. Registered developers can install the updates via each platform’s respective OTA mechanism, or through Apple’s Developer Center.

The new beta cycle comes just days after Apple rolled out iOS 12.3 and a slew of other updates to the public. That set of releases brought about the new TV app and Channels—a feature that allows you to subscribe to streaming apps w/o cable logins.

It’s notable that this is a 12.x update, which might include more new features than a 12.3.x release. Also keep in mind that Apple is slated to debut its significant annual update in iOS 13 at its World Wide Developers Conference early next month.

As usual, we are installing today’s betas and will be sure to report back with anything of note. And of course if you come across something significant we haven’t mentioned yet, feel free to tell us about it down in the comments section below.