Days after launching the fifth beta of iOS 12.3, Apple is rolling out the sixth beta release.
iOS 12.3 beta 6 is launching today to registered developers. If you've signed up with Apple as a dev, you can get iOS 12.3 beta 6 by going into Settings > General > Software Update on your enrolled iOS device. You can also point your web browser at Apple's Developer Center.
Public testers in Apple's Beta Software Program should get this update soon.
Now that Apple is on the sixth beta release of iOS 12.3 and is releasing it just days after iOS 12.3 beta 5, it seems likely that the public release of iOS 12.3 is near. Apple previously said that it would release its new TV app, which is part of iOS 12.3, sometime in May. Considering that we've now gotten two beta releases this week, the beta testing could be nearly complete, and we could see the full iOS 12.3 release as soon as next week.
Apple's refreshed TV app is the main focus of the iOS 12.3 update. It's got a streamlined user interface and machine learning-based recommendations. Also included is a new Channels section that'll make it easy to subscribe to and view content from services like Showtime, Starz, HBO, Nickelodeon, and CBS All Access.