iPhone will no longer be supported by WhatsApp in October


On October 24, WhatsApp, a popular messaging app, announced that it would stop supporting iOS 10 and iOS 11, as well as the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5C. iOS 12 or higher is required to take advantage of all of WhatsApp’s capabilities.

These adjustments and improvements are being implemented by the messaging platform, which is also working to improve its security. WhatsApp, a service owned by Meta, has announced that it will no longer support iOS 6 and iOS 7 devices.

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Many WhatsApp features will no longer be available to iPhone users around the world due to this update, and will only be available to people who are still using outdated iOS versions.

Devices that are currently running iOS 10 or iOS 11 will not be able to use all of the new capabilities. With this update, WhatsApp will no longer be available for download from the App Store for users running iOS 10 and iOS 11.

Users of the Apple iPhone 5 and iPhone 5C will be unable to use WhatsApp after iOS 12 is rolled out and the new features are available to all other iPhones. WhatsApp merely wants to improve the security of its chats and other in-app services.

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