WhatsApp will quit working on some older cell phones from January 1
In the event that you have an older iPhone or Android phone, you may lose access to WhatsApp altogether or a few features on the messaging app from January 1, 2021.
The producers of the messaging app have affirmed support for older gadgets will stop in the new year, and for some it might mean the application quits working altogether. You’ll possibly be affected in the event that you don’t have iOS 9 or above on your iPhone or Android 4.0.3 or above on your Android gadget.
That implies those with an iPhone 4 or below won’t have the option to move up to the most recent software, and some a lot older Android phones will likewise be influenced, for example, the Samsung Galaxy S2 that was released in 2011.
Some WhatsApp clients will have the option to update their software to higher than iOS 9 or Android 4.0.3 to ensure they’re not affected, so we’d prescribe verifying what software you have in case you’re stressed you may lose access.
You can do that on an iPhone by going to Settings > General > Software update to perceive what software you’re running. On the off chance that you have an Android phone, you’ll have the option to discover it in your Settings, and it’ll probably be under a section called About Phone.
On the off chance that you have a higher version of the software than iOS 9 or Android 4.0.3, you won’t have any issues in the new year.
Some with a lot of older gadgets won’t have the option to upgrade their software at all, and if that is you it might mean you lose access to certain WhatsApp features on January 1.
On the off chance that that is the situation, or you lose access to the application altogether, it very well might be you need to upgrade your phone to have the option to take advantage of the application once more.