Netflix is bringing the dungeon crawler game "Hades" to iPhone, with the award-winning title heading to iOS sometime in 2024.
After a prolonged strike by Hollywood actors, Netflix is considering raising the price for its ad-free streaming service, falling in line with recent price changes among the top streaming platforms across the country.
A study of brand loyalty claims that Apple users are enormously more loyal that Samsung owners, but they're both easily beaten by Netflix.
Netflix has confirmed it will be bringing its gaming service to set-top boxes and smart televisions, but it probably won't arrive on the Apple TV just yet.
The Netflix gaming service is coming to TVs, and before that launch, Netflix has provided users with a digital game controller app for iPhone.
The Apple Vision Pro probably won't have a native app experience for Netflix at launch, with the major streaming service allegedly declining to produce a custom app for Apple's headset.
Netflix has removed its Basic plan for US and UK users, and in doing so, has effectively doubled the cost of streaming the service ad-free.
Netflix's move to try and reduce instances of password sharing has resulted in a rise in new sign-ups for the subscription video service, which may be a sign the program is working as intended.
Apple's old "hobby" Apple TV 4K continues to evolve with ever more useful refinements and features, only a few of which Apple mentioned at WWDC. Here's what's coming to tvOS 17.