If you’re an iPhone owner, you already know these devices are lean, mean, Netflix streaming machines. With their massive screens and impressive processing power, the latest iPhones are always on the cutting edge of performance, making them the perfect fit for Netflix junkies the world over.
Like Hulu and YouTube, you can stream Netflix on just about any WiFi-enabled device, from smartphones to gaming consoles. The service started out in the US, but has since branched out, with versions now spanning all of North and South America, Australia and Europe.
However, at this point and time, Netflix isn’t available in Africa, the Middle East and Asia. A lot of this is due to censorship laws in the regions, but some of it also is tied up in licensing and broadcasting rights. Australian Netflix is still a pretty new concept, and it’s likely to be a tough sell to get it available in these remaining regions.
Why Can’t I Watch Netflix Overseas?