WhatsApp, the largest active user in the world, has introduced many new features. It also introduced a lot of new changes to its users. but now launched a massive shocking campaign for its users, with WhatsApp to cease working on some Android and iPhone-like smartphones from February 1, 2020.
Yes, Facebook-owned WhatsApp has said it won’t work on some older OS-based Android and iPhone from February 1, 2020. The company said the decision was made with the aim of providing security and security for WhatsApp users’ privacy.
WhatsApp has stopped working on Windows OS smartphones since January 1, 2020.
January 31, 2020, will be the last day of WhatsApp service on some older OS-enabled smartphones. WhatsApp does not work with OS-based versions of the Android operating system 2.3.7 and earlier. Similarly, WhatsApp will not be available on iOS-based iOS 8 and older OS-based iPhones. There is no support for opening a new WhatsApp account on these smartphones.
WhatsApp has become popular with voice call and group call facilities, including simple functionality, excellent features, and essential multimedia. It currently has over 400 million active users in India. The service will be discontinued in the old version from the security of users’ personal information.
In December last year, WhatsApp said it would stop working on Windows OS-supported phones from January 1, 2020. Microsoft has also announced that it will remove WhatsApp from the store. Thus there is no WhatsApp support in Windows OS. Along the same lines, it said it would now stop supporting some older Android and iOS phones.