From November 1, some Android and iOS devices will no longer be able to use WhatsApp.
Starting on November 1, certain iPhones and Android cellphones will no longer be able to communicate with WhatsApp.
According to the information available in the WhatsApp FAQ area, the Facebook-owned texting app will cease to support computers running Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich, iOS 9, and KaiOS 2.5.0 on November 1.
The list of Android smartphones produced by WhatsApp includes devices from manufacturers such as Samsung, LG, ZTE, Huawei, Sony, Alcatel, and others. Every one of these phones will not be supported by WhatsApp and will be incompatible with the app.
Checking which operating system an iPhone is running on may be accomplished by going to the Settings menu, selecting the General and Information option, and then selecting the Software option, where they will be able to see which operating system is running on that specific iPhone.
Android users may find out what Android version their smartphone is running by going to Settings > About Phone > About Phone Version.
According to reports, WhatsApp, which is owned by Facebook, is working on a similar upgrade that would make communications disappear after seven days. The company previously introduced an update that made messages disappear after seven days.
Before, the famous messaging program said that it is working on see once messages, which are communications that would disappear forever after just being viewed once.