WhatsApp is no longer available to millions of users around the world


WhatsApp is no longer available to people using iPhone 4, as the company is ending support for iOS 7, the latest operating system for iPhone 4 phones, which can affect millions of users around the world.

According to the British Mirror website, the company has already made it clear through its official blog that it will continue to support iOS 7 by 2020, but the new version of the application will only be available on devices running iOS 8 or later.


This will not affect people who have already installed WattsUp, which will run until 2020, but if someone resumes the factory or removes the app from their phone, they will not be able to reinstall the app again. Some features may also stop Work for users on legacy versions, and they will not get any new features that the company adds to its messaging application.

This is expected to affect anyone with an iPhone 4S, 5, 5C or 5S if their phone does not have a newer version of iOS, where Apple’s iPhone 4 came in 2010 and the company stopped selling the device in 2013, The latest version of iOS that can run is 7.1.2.

It should be noted that WhatsApp will routinely terminate hardware support. In 2016, the company announced that the old Blackberry phones and Nokia S60 mobile phones will not be supported by 2017.

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