Here’s what you need to know: Netflix is no longer on my iPhone, tablet or computer.
That’s according to Netflix’s CEO Reed Hastings.
“It’s not on our app, we haven’t put it on our site,” Hastings told The Wall Street Journal on Thursday.
“We have a new app.
The app has been designed for people who don’t use it.”
The new Netflix app, dubbed Netflix Now, is available for Apple devices.
The service will be available on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
Netflix now has 1.3 billion subscribers, according to the company.
Netflix Now has an app called Netflix that can be used to watch shows, movies and TV shows.
Hastings said he is not surprised by Netflix’s decision.
“The fact that they have not been on our product is disappointing to us,” he said.
“They’re not the only one.”
Netflix will have more TV shows available in the Netflix app.
Hastings also confirmed that there will be more Netflix programming available to customers in the future.
“When we think about what Netflix does, we have to think about the future of the television industry,” he told The Journal.
“And that is not just our content.
It’s the future for the next generation of people.”
Netflix is not the first streaming service to change its content for the iPhone.
Apple has also made changes to its content on its iOS devices.
Last year, Apple removed the ability to purchase paid content for iPhones from Apple TV.
Netflix has made changes too, including making its films and TV series available to users who buy a subscription.
“Netflix Now is an evolution of Netflix,” Netflix said in a statement.
“This new Netflix experience is designed to be as accessible and simple as possible.
It includes an interactive dashboard, and is the only way to view the content you’ve ordered or watch.”
It will be interesting to see how the service evolves over time, as Netflix has been trying to push content to new platforms.
The company has a history of trying to evolve its offerings for new devices, and the new Netflix product is no different.
Netflix says the app has a new look, and that it will be open to users in the United States, Canada and Europe.
The streaming service is available to iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, and will be made available to Apple TV users on March 29.