Phones that can no longer run WhatsApp

Phones that can no longer run WhatsApp
Phones that can no longer run WhatsApp

Currently the most popular messaging platform in the world is WhatsApp. The Mater site is bringing updates one after another to improve the user experience. Recently, WhatsApp has announced that the app can no longer be run on some phones.

It will be effective from October 24. Bad news for iPhone users. Because the app can no longer be used on iPhone 10 and 11 series phones, WhatsApp said. According to a report by WBTinfo, WhatsApp has already started warning iPhone users that support iOS 10 and iOS 11.

But if you can’t use WhatsApp on those iPhones, you may have to buy a new iPhone. In some cases, you can run the old one. Although it will depend on which iPhone model the user has.

WhatsApp says that users of iOS 10 and iOS 11 supported devices will need to upgrade to iOS 12 to use the messaging app. On the other hand, Android device users need to update to Android 4.1 or later to use the instant messaging app.

This is not the first time. WhatsApp made such an announcement in October last year. However, although this arrangement was only for two phones, the access to this app was blocked on 43 phones of the service.

Basically after few days WhatsApp updates the app’s minimum system requirements. As a result, WhatsApp no ​​longer works on some smartphones. That’s why the upgraded version of WhatsApp doesn’t work on older model phones.

Source: Livemint

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