Already, virtually 2 months because the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were launched and also we’re still hanging around for some major players to upgrade their apps to sustain Apple’s 2 new mobile phones. Among those applications that folks have actually been awaiting an update to is the Netflix application, as well as that upgrade merely come down on the App Store.

Offered to download and install as an upgrade to the already free Netflix application, this brand-new model not only brings support for both of Apple’s new crown jewel mobiles yet likewise capitalizes on just what the iPhone 6 Plus needs to supply as much as those extra display pixels are concerned. While support for both mobiles come along with iOS 8 and also improvements to the alreadying existing Chromecast support, it’s the brand-new 1080p video streaming to the iPhone 6 Plus that will have owners of Apple’s mammoth mobile phone smiling from ear to ear.

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Streaming quality making use of the Netflix app on iOS was currently quite remarkable, but the new upgrade will stream an increased 1080p resolution to the iPhone 6 Plus’s higher density screen, providing it a clear advantage over its smaller sized iPhone 6 bro.


Netflix is among one of the most preferred on-line video streaming solutions in the world, commissioning its own material at an ever-increasing price. The work on commonly locates its application in the direction of the leading end of the App Store charts as well as renovations such as 1080p video streaming will certainly aid to seal such a position.


The upgraded Netflix application is readily available to download from the App Store at the moment, though it might take a short while to propagate its way via some of the worldwide establishments so if it does not stand for you yet, simply provide it a small amount of time.


If you’re carrying an iPhone 6 Plus, it’ll absolutely deserve the delay.

(Download: Netflix for iOS on the App Store)

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