WhatsApp To Stop Working on These Phones From February 2020 (check yours)

WhatsApp To Stop Working on These Phones From February 2020 (check yours)
If you are using WhatsApp on devices with Android version lower than 2.3.7 and iOS version lower than iOS9, you are going to face WhatsApp unavailability and it will stop working starting from 1st February of 2020.

In an official statement, the WhatsApp team told:

“For the best experience, we recommend you use the latest version of iOS available for your phone,”

They further added:
“We don’t explicitly restrict the use of jailbroken or unlocked devices. However, because these modifications might affect the functionality of your device, we can’t provide support for devices using modified versions of the iPhone’s operating system,”
“On iOS 8, you can no longer create new accounts or reverify existing accounts, stated more.”
So, according to the statements, all the iOS users with an older version than 9th update will have to upgrade their mobiles or operating. Otherwise, WhatsApp will stop working on their smartphones and other devices.

No WhatsApp for Microsoft Mobile Users:

Facebook told: that WhatsApp will no longer support any of the Windows-powered mobile phones. Giving an end to Microsoft phone users with WhatsApp support.

If you are using any Microsoft mobile phone, you will no longer be able to use WhatsApp, Install or Create an account on WhatsApp using your Windows-powered smartphone until February 1, 2020.

Even if you will try to open WhatsApp that is already installed on your device, after the stated date, you will not be able to access WhatsApp features or reverify your account.

List of Phones on Which WhatsApp will Stop Working:

  1. Android Devices, with the version lower than 2.3.7
  2. iOS Devices, with the version lower than 9
  3. All Microsoft Phones, (or Windows-powered devices)
This is the official list for phones on which WhatsApp will stop working very soon.

It will not work at any chance, so its the time to leave outdated phones and upgrade to new-age devices with updated software and upgraded hardware.