After your old Apple TVs, say goodbye to Netflix on these Sony Bravia TVs

At the beginning of last June, Netflix announced the planned completion of its application on the second and third generations of Apple TV devices. An unsurprising decision, as these models dating back to 2010 and 2012 have been replaced by more efficient and modern iterations with a suitable operating system. On the other hand, today's announcement regarding some Sony TVs seems more problematic.

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Affected 2014 Sony Bravia TVs

In fact, the Netflix app will stop working as of July 24 on some 2014 Bravia TVs, a ten-year statute of limitations that threatens to leave people frustrated, especially since many users keep their TVs for long periods, unless something happens. Damage.

No explanation was given, but we imagine there's a mix of security and features that demand a lot from “old” hardware hanging in the balance. in “Due to technical limitationsThese are the Sony TVs and Blu-Ray players from 2011 to 2013 that were already affected last February.

Here's the full list of the 16 TV models that won't be coming to Netflix in a few weeks:

  • KDL-60W610B
  • KDL-60W630B
  • KDL-55X830B
  • KDL-65X830B
  • KDL-70X830B
  • XBR-55X800B
  • XBR-65X800B
  • XBR-49X850B
  • XBR-55X850B
  • XBR-65X850B
  • XBR-70X850B
  • XBR-55X900B
  • XBR-65X900B
  • XBR-79X900B
  • XBR-65X950B
  • XBR-85X950B

What are the solutions to continue watching Netflix?

If you're worried, apart from changing out your TV (summer sales are coming!), Sony invites you to use a multimedia streaming device so you can continue enjoying Netflix. Google Chromecast, Apple TV, Nvidia Shield and other Amazon Fire TVs, there's something to suit every use and budget.

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Stan Shaw

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