WWDC 2010: NetFlix For iPhone, Release In Summer 2010
The keynote speech is currently taking place at the WWDC 2010 in San Francisco as I speak and Steve Jobs has just made an announcement about a Netflix app heading for the iPhone.
It’s already the number one entertainment app for the iPad and now looks set to do the same on the iPhone where it will be totally free. This comes to us from an article on Engadget by Paul Miller who tells us that as with other Netflix players you will be able to pick up playback from the last spot.
It also features seamless switching between networks along with 3G streaming and the best news is that it will be available from this summer.
For more on this go to engadget.com. We’ll be bringing you developments from WWDC 2010 and the keynote as it happens so stick with us for more details. Are you happy about the Netflix app? Let us know your thoughts.
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