- The information available shows that Whatsapp will no longer function on selected devices starting from February 1, 2020
- According to the Facebook-owned platform, it will no longer develop features for the listed devices
- The devices affected include those running on Android versions 2.3.7 or older as well as iPhone iOS 8 and older
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The popular messaging platform, WhatsApp, will no longer function on some Andriod and iOS devices.
The information available shows that the Facebook-owned application has stopped running on older versions of Android and iPhone iOS 8.
Briefly.co.za learnt that per a report by businessinsider.com, the app can no longer develop features for specified devices, starting from Saturday, 1 February.
Affected devices include those on Android versions 2.3.7 or older as well as iPhone iOS 8 and older.
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WhatsApp will, however, make support systems available for Android devices running OS 4.0.3+, iPhone devices running iOS 9+, as well as phones running KaiOS 2.5.1+, including JioPhon and JioPhone 2.
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