Earlier today, Apple officially outperformed the fourth developer beta for iOS 11.3. And while this new software looks light on new additions we've never seen, at least at least Apple's official TV apps will probably soon flourish in availability.
As noted first by 9to5Mac, the code inside the fourth developer beta for iOS 11.3 has revealed that an official TV app from Apple may soon develop into Brazil. The report includes a screenshot, which indicates that the string file shows support for Brazilian Portuguese. Official TV apps have not supported the language until now, which indicates that apps and features can get to the immediate area.
Official TV apps are a quick way to not only discover content they have, from iTunes like movies and TV shows, but also monitor sports teams and content from third-party apps and services. This app was supported in the United States when it was launched, but has since expanded to Canada, Australia, France, Norway, Germany, Sweden and the UK.
We take it
TV apps are a great way to get lots of content in one place, and the inclusion of sports is certainly a nice touch, especially with real-time notifications and stats. But, as always, it's just as good as it's supported, so Apple needs to expand its features as quickly as possible. People in Brazil who have been using TV apps on their own devices may not have to wait any longer.