The WhatsApp messaging app, which is owned by Facebook, has revealed that it will no longer work on iPhones running iOS 9. WhatsApp will stop working on these iPhone models with the release of the new update.
According to WABetaInfo, with the release of version 22.214.171.124, which is currently in beta testing, the popular messaging service will stop supporting iPhones running iOS 9. WhatsApp will stop working on these iPhone models as a result, the messaging app will no longer be supported on the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4s, making the iPhone 5 the oldest iPhone handset.
In addition, WhatsApp will release an updated version of archived chats. The feature is in the works and will be available soon.
WhatsApp, a Facebook-owned messaging application, added voice and video calling to its desktop edition last week. Since this is a trial feature, only a few users will be able to use it, according to the commonly used messaging app.
Users will be able to make calls on their desktop screens in both portrait and landscape mode, and the calls will be encrypted end-to-end, according to the business.
A notification will appear when users receive a request on the network, allowing them to approve or reject the call. When you make a call, a new window opens which is smaller and contains controls to mute your microphone and hang up.
WhatsApp, the popular multimedia messaging app, is reportedly working on in-app support to allow users to report problems with the application or when it stops working. In-app support for reporting issues could be included in future WhatsApp Android versions. A function to communicate with the technical support team is currently being developed for the messaging platform.