The company reviews its recommendations for support, to say that the switch is "due to technical limitations," wrote Cult of Mac on Saturday.
As Cult of Mac has pointed out, Netflix streamed through AirPlay – namely, the use of the feature to transfer video from the iOS app to Apple TV – is supported since 2013, and there seems to be no major change to AirPlay, which would themselves in itself, interrupted Netflix compatibility. Thus, there is some suspicion that Netflix is responsible for Apple, which launches a streaming service that includes deals with many major competitors, not including Netflix. The Cult of Mac has said that iPhone and iPad users can use detours, including sending video to Chromecast, or a TV that supports the second Netflix screen, or just connecting devices directly to the screen with an HDMI cable through the adapter.
Edge, Netflix explained this step as attracting more and more third-party devices that support AirPlay 2, which, according to him, made it impossible to distinguish or certify devices and "ensure that our quality standards are met for review":
Apple recently collaborated with most major television brands to allow AirPlay 2 to send shows directly to their 2019 TVs with firmware upgrades later this year, but the Netflix representative says that AirPlay 2 does not have digital identifiers to report Netflix these televisions apart – and therefore the company can not certify its users getting the best Netflix experience when casting to these new sets.
So now, this is the throwing out of the baby with the bathroom d pulling out the plug on AirPlay, the period. "We can not figure out which device is there, we can not certify the device … so we just had to shut down support for it," says Netflix.
our members have a great experience with Netflix on any device they use, "Netflix Verge said in a statement. "With the support of AirPlay deployed on a third-party device, we can not distinguish between devices (such as Apple TVs against what is not) or certify this experience. Thus, we have decided to stop Netflix AirPlay's support to ensure that our quality standard is met. Users can continue to access Netflix on the built-in application on Apple TV and other devices.
This will likely be more of an inconvenience for most users than a serious obstacle: most smart TVs have built-in Netflix applications, and does not affect other ways to get this content on the screen (for example, just use Apple TV or another device with the Netflix application, such as the Xbox.) You can also use the mirroring capabilities on the screen that are already in AirPlay that are not affected. However, it will be very unpleasant for people who have used this feature on a regular basis.
As noted by the Rummy Mac, Netflix not only refused to participate in the new streaming video service from Apple, it ceased to allow users to subscribe to Netflix. The iOS app is December 2018 (likely to stop Apple paying double-digit subscription fee reductions). This situation is reminiscent of another, more intense surge between Amazon and Google, which began in 2015 when Amazon downloaded Chromecast devices from its online market and continued to grow until Google blocked the playback of YouTube videos on Echo Show and Fire TV  In any case, Netflix and Apple have the necessary incentives for their respective services to work with each other again – clients do not like the fragmented experience, for example, to jump through the gaps only to play video. So I hope that everything that happens here will soon be solved.
[Cult of Mac/The Verge]