WhatsApp made an update on the frequently asked questions page and warned its users with old phones. It has been announced that as of February, WhatsApp support will be cut to very old versions of iOS and Android.
WhatsApp, the world’s most popular instant messaging app, continues to evolve and increase its popularity day by day. WhatsApp, which was released in the dark mode feature for the beta version for Android recently, has become a messaging application used by more than half of the people in the world. According to reports, it is currently seen that WhatsApp has reached more than 5 billion downloads in the Google Play Store.
WhatsApp continued to serve even for very lagging versions of Android and iOS operating systems. Continuing its support for people using old devices, WhatsApp will say goodbye to users using the old version of Android and iOS as of February 2020. After that, instant messaging application WhatsApp; It will serve 4.0.3 and above versions for Android and iOS 9 and above versions for iOS.
Many features may stop working after February 2020
WhatsApp has announced that it will cut support for iOS users older than iOS 8 and Android 2.3.7. For those using Apple’s devices, those using iOS 8 and earlier will no longer receive WhatsApp support. However, WhatsApp has stated that the Android and iOS versions that it will discontinue support will not work properly after February 2020, and perhaps many features may become inoperable. WhatsApp has previously announced that it has finished support for the Windows Phone operating system.
WhatsApp, which is developing day by day and incorporating new features, gradually pulls its hand from old devices. You can access this feature of WhatsApp, which has been added to the beta version in the dark mode with the last update, by joining the beta program on the Google Play Store, but it is not possible to join this program since the beta program is blocked right now.