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Oct 18 2017 | 9:16 am EDT krisguy

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Oct 18 2017 | 12:32 pm EDT pkcable

We really won't know until the device gets out there to people, BUT it should work. And if iPhone X sales are anything like previous Apple product sales one would certainly think that even if it's DOESN'T work right out of the gate, Netflix will quickly fix it! Have you ever noticed that when a new iOS version comes out you have to update a buttload of apps? This is to make sure they operate and operate well under the new OS.