It sure would be nice if Apple could 'resolve' this issue They would have one very happy customer here Jan 24, 8: I do not think it is a technical problem for Apple, it's more of an emotional one. If they did, they would have some angry carriers and cable companies.
The carrier would not get the hotspot fee and many cable carriers would loose the business. The customers would love it! I think Protodd has the cheapest solution and in a trailer or rv the cable should fill your requirements to watch Netflix on the big screen. I bet it will be alot more reliable and easier to maintain and the best part is you use unlimited data and it does not cost you a penny more.
Jan 25, 5: I honestly was not aware that this was an option So, you are saying that with the dongle, I can see on the TV exactly what is on my phone screen?
Apparently I have been WAY over-thinking this. I am assuming that there should be no issue using this method with my iPhone 5s Jan 25, 7: In life, that is usually why problems can't be solved or are expensive to solve and really don't ever really get solved: WAY over-thinking this. Just make sure the usher keeps everyone from tripping on the cable. If you get one long enough, maybe you can route it hidden off the floor.
There is one caveat when streaming Netflix on 3G: According to a recent bandwidth usage test carried out by The iPad Guide, a film clocking in at just over 31 minutes used a total of To put this in perspective, a data plan of 1GB per month would enable you to watch approximately seven minute videos without going over your data plan limits. Total data usage will vary from video to video, so keep a watchful eye on how much data you are using over the course of the month.
One of the benefits of having an iPhone is the ability to stream Netflix video anywhere over the data use over 3G/4G, particularly if the phone and app connected this way without you realizing it. Does the Netflix Application Require WiFi?. Alas, if you can't connect to the Internet, either via a Wi-Fi connection or a 3G network, you cannot watch Netflix doesn't enable you to download movies to your iPad or to cache them to view later. Does the Netflix Application Require WiFi?.
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More information is available through Apple's support site. For detailed instructions on using Picture in Picture, visit Apple's support site.
To connect your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to your Netflix account, make sure you are on the Home screen and follow the steps below. If you are missing the option to install the Netflix app, follow these troubleshooting steps.
In iOS 6, hold your finger on the app until a red badge with a line through it appears, then tap the badge to close the app. Slide the Reset toggle to the On position. A 4 Screen Netflix plan.
You can check which plan you're currently on at Netflix. A steady internet connection speed of 25 megabits per second or higher. Streaming quality set to High. More information about video quality settings can be found in our playback settings article.
Instead you must use a dedicated iPhone app available from the App Store. Describe your issue. Want to contact us? Look for the download button. Jan 24, 6: It sounded great until I thought about it more. Amazon Fire Tablet.
Netflix is available in Dolby Vision on the following iOS devices:. Netflix Help Center Help.
Netflix Features. Netflix streaming features for supported devices include: The current version of the Netflix app requires iOS version Customers who are running iOS 5. See Apple's support site for instructions.