iOS 12.3 Beta 4 Rolled Out With Several Improvements For iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV

Apple is hard at work on iOS 12.3, and the company has recently released the new iOS 12.3 Beta 4 version of the upcoming update. A new public beta version is also available.

iOS 12.3 Beta 4 comes with several improvements for iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV

Most iOS beta builds are usually released for registered developers (who also pay a fee for the privilege). A public version is released when the system is deemed stable enough to be used by most users without causing issues.

The new iOS 12.3 Beta 4 update comes with a new version of the Apple TV app which looks and works better. An advanced algorithm will provide suggestions for movies and TV shows which are similar to what you like or viewed in the past.

Apple has been going through a rough period when it comes to software update. When iOS 12 was first released users from all over the world complained that they are no longer able to access mobile data, while some mentioned freezes and instability issues.

Apple tried to fix some of these problems by releasing other updates, and a new blunder was made when iOS 12.2 was released in what seemed to be an unfinished state as the company sought to combat an embargo placed on certain iPhone models during a lawsuit which took place in China.

Apple will also launch iOS 13 this year, and it will bring lots of enhancements over iOS 12

Many Apple fans are looking forward to the release of the anticipated iOS 13 which should come with a selection of new features for both iPhones and iPads. Among them, we can count the addition of a system-wide dark mode, a refreshed Files app, improved support for editing certain files while using third-party apps and much more.

Those who own an iPad will be happy to learn that Apple plans to revamp the multitasking features, with a focus on productivity. Some of the features which were announced for iOS 12 but were delayed could make an appearance.

It is also believed that the major update in iOS 13 should address many of the woes which haunt the system since iOS 12 was released.

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