Smartphone messaging application WhatsApp, which flaunts more than 1.5 billion dynamic clients, will before long go quiet for millions who are as yet utilizing obsolete gadgets.
Considering it an “tough decision,” the Facebook-possessed company illustrated which cell phones would never again bolster the application, including more established renditions of Android, Apple and Windows phones.
“For the best experience, we recommend you use the latest version of iOS available for your phone,” WhatsApp wrote in the help segment of their site.
The most recent application update will require iOS 9 or higher, which implies anybody utilizing an iPhone 5 will be bolted out come Feb. 1. Simultaneously, purchasers with Samsung, Huawei, Sony or Google cell phones, which run on an Android working framework, should to be up to form 4.0, named “Ice Cream Sandwich,” to proceed with full assistance after February.
Lamentably for Windows Phone clients, they’re getting cut off for good. “You’ll no longer be able to use all Windows Phone operating systems after Dec. 31, 2019,” the organization composed on their site.
Taking all things together, these progressions will leave a large number of current clients without WhatsApp, the Independent reports.
Prior this year, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg reported designs to consolidate informing capacities for their three web-based social networking stages, including Instagram and WhatsApp.
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