WhatsApp beta 184.108.40.206 has landed in the App Store and also the messenger service has dropped support for iOS 9, so if you’ve picked up the new iPhone 12, you’ll be just fine.
Apple fans who have staunchly stuck with their devices over the years are those who’ll find themselves affected; the long-lasting iPhone 4 (which got a shocking reboot with a concept video last week) will no longer be supported by WhatsApp, alongside the iPhone 4S, and older models that house Apple’s A5 processor.
WhatsApp is additionally lining up a bunch of latest features that you’ll recognize from platforms like Snapchat and Instagram, with self-destructing photos set to roll call at a future update.
WABetaInfo also reports that the messenger service is certain a long-overdue update which will keep archived chats archived, instead of popping them back to your inbox once you receive a new message from the contact. It’s not live yet, but the feature is under development and will be received when it rolls out.
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