Netflix will no longer be offered on certain older Roku equipment just after Dec. 1, according to a Roku consultant.
Due to the fact of “complex limits,” the designs that’ll drop Netflix guidance involve the Roku 2050X, Roku 2100X, Roku 2000C, Roku High definition Participant, Roku SD Player, Roku XR Player and Roku SD Player, the consultant stated Monday.
Cord Cutters Information previously reported the news, expressing customers started to be notified in early Oct.
Netflix will also cease doing the job on more mature Samsung good TVs subsequent month, a consultant for the streaming company said this week.
“On December 2nd, Netflix will no longer be supported on a little variety of more mature gadgets owing to complex limitations,” the consultant previously told CNET in an email.
In addition, older Vizio clever TVs will reportedly shed Netflix guidance on Dec. 1. Vizio failed to immediately respond to a ask for for comment on the go. A Netflix representative reiterated the company’s earlier statement.
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Update, Nov. eight: Adds information on older Samsung good TVs and Vizio good TVs dropping Netflix support. 3: 10 p.m. PT: Adds Netflix’s reaction on the shift.