Apple has officially released iOS 12.3 to the public after running six betas to both developers and public testers.

What to expect from iOS 12.3

iOS 12.3 brings apples new Apple TV app There’s a new “Channels” feature built into the app, which is a major part of Apple’s new services push. Apple has unveiled its plans to add its new TV+ subscription service to the TV app, with TV+ offering all of Apple’s original TV shows and movies.

Apple has also released its updated TV app onto Samsung Smart TVs including AirPlay 2 support. Both new features are available through a firmware update on newer Samsung Smart TVs.

Apple has also released an update for the third-generation Apple TV.

Within the iOS Wallet app, users can see a longer transaction history setting the stage for the Apple Card launching in the summer.

Apple has also released watchOS 5.2.1 and iOS 12.3 for the HomePod. The HomePod update includes support for joining some types of enterprise networks that require unique credentials.