WhatsApp will stop running for some iPhones and Android smartphones from starting 1st November.
The information from the WhatsApp FAQ section, the beginning of 1st November, Facebook-owned texting platform will discontinue supporting systems working on Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich, iOS 9, and KaiOS 2.5.0.
The Android phones list issued by WhatsApp includes smartphones from LG, Samsung, ZTE, Sony, Huawei, Alcatel, and others. These phones will no longer receive assistance from WhatsApp and will be conflicting with the app.
To know which OS an iPhone is working on, users can go over to the “Settings” menu then go to the “general and information” option, and then “software”, where they will be able to get information about the OS running that particular iPhone.
Android users can go to “Settings”, then “About Phone” to check in the phone that which Android version they are running.
After turning out a new feature that authorized users to send messages that vanish after seven days, Facebook-owned WhatsApp is now reportedly working on a related update that will have communications disappear after 90 days.
In the past, the popular messaging application had informed that they are working on view once messages that would remove forever after just being viewed once.