Apple has recently released its sixth iOS 12.3 public beta firmware for the iPhone. The new beta update comes with improvements for the built-in app for Apple’s TV service.  Here’s what we know about this new update.

According to MacRumors, the iOS 12.3 updates, complete with improved tvOS features, are now online for developers. The new update features functionality upgrades and updates for this new iOS version. This version can be downloaded by developers through the Apple Developer Center or automatically if the iPhone is configured to receive the update.

The new Apple tvOS update features updates which improves the app’s frontend show suggestions and its curation. Users will receive suggestions from the “Watch Now” and “Up Next” choices depending on the shows they’ve watched recently. The app also now has an automated system that suggests shows similar to the ones you’re watching.

Aside from the recent shows, available shows and movies are also categorized under specific genres such as sports, kids content, etc. Users will also have a separate bar that can be used to check the user’s library, Watch Now options, and search bar for looking for other shows.

One of the new features of the tvOS is “Channels.” This new feature gives users access to subscription services within the app and watch the content provided by these channels. In a way, the subscription features allow users to immediately watch the show without relying on third-party video players or sources to get started.

Some of the new channels added in this are Starz, Showtime, CBS All Access, Nickelodeon, HBO,  The History Channel Vault, Nickelodeon Mubi, and Comedy Central Now. So far, the beta offers Starz, Showtime, Smithsonian, Tastemande, and EPIX channels for its users.

Lastly, the recommendations doesn’t only span from what’s available in the app but also shows from other services. If you chose a show that’s not supported in the app, it’ll open up a third-party player.

While these new features show, the whole Apple TV+ service will be available this Fall 2019. Original TV shows and films will be now be available on the platform. As for the tvOS update, it’s expected to be released this month.

Apple TV Pictured: The new smaller version of Apple TV is displayed at an Apple Special Event at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts September 1, 2010 in San Francisco, California. Photo: Getty Images/Justin Sullivan