A large portion of the old handsets are being used, however the time has landed to make a move. That is on account of, the essential yet propelled informing app WhatsApp won’t be keeping chipping away at those gadgets by this year closes. The organization has made a declaration that the application won’t take a shot at the obsolete variants of many advanced smart phones.
According to the reports of The mirror, in a late innovation redesign more seasoned telephones are losing similarity with the late updating of Whats app. According to the announcements of an organization representative, dated cell phones are an extremely pivotal part of the organization’s story however the up and coming advanced elements of the application may not run exceptionally smooth with the old gadgets. That is the reason they are wanting to pull back the support.
He said it like, ” As we look ahead to our next seven years, we need to center our endeavors around the versatile stages most by far of individuals utilize”.
Majority of population utilize WhatsApp nowadays. Truth be told, for a few people, the fundamental reason to utilize telephone is to utilize WhatsApp as it were. On the off chance that prime clients of WhatsApp are utilizing the application as a part of old generation telephone, they should move to the market for purchasing another and WhatsApp perfect telephone. This will bring about benefits for cell phone clients in view of a support in their sales.
The application won’t be perfect with gadgets like iPhone 3GS handset, iOS 6 running gadgets and fourth generation iPad. To proceed with administrations, clients should get upgraded to iOS 9.3.
Android telephones and tablet form which are dynamic on 2.1 or 2.2 will out of WhatsApp support. Windows 7 gadgets will likewise denied of the support. Likewise, the application is broadening its support for a few gadgets like Blackberry OS, Nokia S40, Blackberry 10 and Nokia Symbian S60 till June 30th, 2017.
By the end of 2016, WhatsApp will withdraw support from below devices:
BlackBerry OS and BlackBerry 10
Android 2.1 and Android 2.2
Nokia Symbian S60
Windows Phone 7
iPhone 3GS/iOS 6