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iOS 12.3 Beta 4 Release Note | What Has Changed?

Apple releases a new beta of iOS 12.3 for iPhone and iPad one week after releasing the third beta and just after one month of releasing iOS 12.2 that includes some new features like new Animoji, Apple News+ and more.

The registered developers and public beta testers can download and try the iOS 12.3 beta 4 from Apple Developer Center or via OTA with the proper configuration profile that can be installed from the Developer Center.

Apple has focused on updating and implementing the Apple TV app on iOS 12.3 with a new look and new changes. For instance, “Watch Now” and “Up Next” is centered to keep track of what you are watching. Also, the app now suggests the similar programs based on the content you are viewing, thanks to the machine learning built into the app.

Other than that, it’s still unknown what new changes the new beta includes. If we find any, we will update it in the next article.

Also, iOS 13 is set to be released in the first week of June. We are definitely going to see some exciting features on the new iOS version so let’s keep an eye for WWDC.

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iOS 12.3 Beta 4 Release Note

General 

Resolved Issues

Resolved an issue that prevented iOS 12.3 from being installed on devices running previous iOS versions.

Accessibility 

Resolved Issues

The Accessibility Events switch was removed because related aspects of the W3C AOM effort are no longer applicable. (49784417)

Date and Time 

New Features

Support for the Reiwa (令和) era of the Japanese calendar, which begins on May 1, 2019, is now available. The first year of Japanese-calendar era is represented as  “元年” (“Gannen”) instead of “1年”, except in the shorter numeric-style formats which typically also use the narrow era name; for example: “R1/05/01”. (27323929)

Resolved Issues

Resolved an issue that caused unexpected behavior while changing the system time ahead to May 1 when using a device with the system language and calendar set to Japanese. (49371044)

Via: Apple