How To Check If Your WhatsApp Will Stop Working From 2020.
This Is A Post On How To Check If Your WhatsApp Will Stop Working From 2020 After The FinTech Threat Predictions For 2020.
Recently was when reports from Africa’s Authoritative Tech Blog From Ghana, JB Klutse indicates the FinTech threat predictions for 2020 and you can read more here: Fintech threat predictions for 2020.
In regards to the report, this proves that the popular Instant Messaging App with more than 1.5 billion active users is going to stop working on some smartphones from 2020.
In 3 years ago, WhatsApp stopped the support for some phones such as BlackBerry devices and in 2017, the support for some Android, iOS and Windows devices that are running on older versions was stopped too.
According to the information sighted on WhatsApp blog indicates that WhatsApp to stopped working on some Android smartphones that running on 2.3.7 and that of older versions of iPhones with iOS 8 downwards after February 1, 2020 to come.
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