Islamabad: WhatsApp, the popular messaging application worldwide, will stop running on millions of smartphones tonight from 12pm.
The WhatsApp administration says the WhatsApp will no longer run on Android and Apple phones with older operating systems, as doing so was critical to ensuring consumer security.
According to the company’s announcement, any iPhone that is older than iOS7 (iOS7) will no longer have WhatsApp service available from February 1, 2020.
The leading mobile phone company iPhone introduced the iPhone 5s and 5c in 2013. After December 31, these mobile phones will disappear as well.
Similarly, Android Device 2.3.7, commonly known as Gingerbread, will not be available for WhatsApp service later this year.
The well-known app management has announced that any user who is using these old phones can no longer create a new account or restore existing account because the mobile phone maker has added features for such phones. Creating stopped.
According to the announcement, WhatsApp will also stop serving Nokia Symbian S60, BlackBerry OS and BlackBerry OS, BlackBerry OS and BlackBerry on December 31st.
The WhatsApp service on Windows Mobile iOS 7 and Android 2.3.7 will no longer be available from February 1, 2020, according to the announcement. The WhatsApp regularly stops serving on older devices every year, forcing consumers to have new mobile phones.