New Delhi: Facebook-owned messaging app Whatsapp will stop working on some older smartphones in two months time, according to the reports. This will leave many people unable to see messages, pictures and videos. From November 1, the support for a range of old smartphone models will be removed by the messaging platform. WhatsApp has announced that it will stop supporting older versions of Android and iOS. Users with phones supporting Android OS 4.1 and above and iOS 10 and above can now only use WhatsApp.Also Read - Tesla Goes Past $1 Trillion Market Value For First Time Ever, Joins Elite Club Of Microsoft, Google, Apple, Amazon, Facebook

People who are using a phone that is older than 2011, then they should upgrade to continue using WhatsApp. The cut off date is November 1. The customers can also check which version of Android you are using from your phone’s Settings Menu. The same is true about the iPhone. Also Read - Centre Defends New IT Rules, Urges Delhi HC to Dismiss Fresh Pleas of Facebook, WhatsApp

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