Apple is set to amaze the market with its innovations. In its March 25th event, it revealed some new services and with its new iOS 12.3 beta version available exclusively for 64-bit ARM, Apple is set to present something great before the market. With this beta is also includes the upgraded TV app.
Apple released the first public beta version on March 28th, 2019, a day after the release for developers. With this beta release, you can update your apps to the new features and test them against the new API.
What’s new with this New Release?
March 27th appeared to be a great day for Apple fans when the tech giant released its first iOS 12.3 Developer Beta along with the new TV app. With this new release, Apple introduced a new icon for the TV app and includes Apple TV channels. Beta testers are provided with the ability to enjoy subscription services and that too without leaving the app. Some of the new included channels are The History Channel Vault, Starz, CBS All Access, Tastemade, HBO, and Nickelodeon. While in Beta, users can subscribe to Starz, Smithsonian, Tastemade, and Showtime.
As per the updated news, Apple has addressed several issues and had provided patches for known vulnerabilities. Well, the list for this is still not available.
How to receive the update?
To receive this beta update, you need to be registered as a developer with Apple with a valid profile. If you already have a developer account and “Automatic Updates” is enabled then you can simply receive the update overnight. To manually install the update, simply navigate to the Settings app, click “General” and then “Software Update”. Let the device check with Apple servers for an update. After the process, click “Download and Install” and follow the on-screen instructions to update to the latest beta release. For detailed instructions on updating your Apple device, please visit the Apple support page.
With the new iOS beta release, Apple has provided a built-in Feedback Assistant app, which can be launched from the second page of your Home screen. You can use this app to address issues directly to Apple. You can also use it to provide your valuable suggestions regarding any improvement that can be made in the new release.
Well, the new release automatically and anonymously sends some of the diagnostic and usage data to Apple servers. This is done to improve the overall quality and performance of software and services provided by Apple. If, at any stage, you want to stop this automatic submission, simply launch the Settings app, and under Privacy > Diagnostic and Usage, select Don’t Send.
A step of precaution
As the new iOS 12.3 public beta is still in the development stage, so there are chances that some of the apps or features may not work as expected or may produce abnormal results. You might even face compatibility issues with some apps. So, to save your data and to be on safe side, make sure you backup your iOS device with iTunes before installing the new release.
With this new release, Apple aims at improving the overall experience of using the iPhone and iPad devices. With its fast, responsive, and delightful experience, Apple claims its OS to be the world’s most advanced mobile operating system.
A technocrat and an entrepreneur who is the Co-Founder and Chief Delivery Head at Appventurez. Skilled in object-oriented programming (OOP), iOS Development, Design Principles, Data Structures, and Swift, he has served different organizations as Tech Lead.
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