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WhatsApp will stop running on these iPhones to see if your phone is even

According to the latest WaBetaInfo report, WhatsApp has terminated support for iPhones running on iOS 9. However, the company has not yet updated this. The source said that iOS 9 devices running on the 2.21.50 WhatsApp beta will no longer be able to use this messaging app. Let us know that WaBetaInfo is very popular in publishing news related to WhatsApp.

However, Facebook-owned WhatsApp wrote on its official page that the app supports iOS 9 and later. In addition, smartphones running Android operating system 4.0.3 or higher will also be able to use messaging applications. In addition, WhatsApp can also be used for JioPhone, JioPhone 2 and other phones running on KaiOS 2.5.1 or higher. The company may update its pages soon until you can back up your chats and media, and then send them to Google Drive.

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new features of whatsapp
The company recently released a WhatsApp calling function for desktop and computer users. Until now, only the calling app is available in the mobile app. But now you will be able to enjoy audio and video calls using WhatsApp on your laptop. This feature has been waiting for a long time.

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To make a call from WhatsApp on the desktop, you first need to download the WhatsApp desktop application. After installing the app, log in via QR code. Now to make an audio or video call, click the call icon, which will appear in the upper right corner of the screen. In this way, you will be able to enjoy video calls on the big screen.

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