The WhatsApp Messaging application will upgrade on June 30 the list of systems on which it operates its software. The most impacted by this change is going to be the users of terminals of BlackBerry and Nokia, whose systems will no longer need help in the popular.rogram’. As for BlackBerry, WhatsApp has announced the withdrawal of BlackBerry OS and BlackBerry 10 systems. The first, OS, is a system whose version was made in 1999 and which is present in a lot of the classic phones of the provider. The 2nd, BlackBerry 10, was released in 2013 and is the most recent version so far of the software, which received its last update in December 2016.
As for the Nokia terminals, WhatsApp withdraws its application from the terminals of the Series 40 and Nokia Symbian S60, models that stopped being dispersed in 2012. In the cases, they’re old telephones who have installed own OS which has remained obsolete. WhatsApp hasn’t only removed the support and updates from those mobile OS but will reject the connections coming from them. The blackout is going to be fully effective on July 1 and is due to the inability to add the most recent developments of the application, based on a statement from WhatsApp From the Web platform, the message is the telephone has no connection. However, on mobile phones, messages have been seen as sent, although they don’t get to the receiver.
A WhatsApp spokesperson explained: Although these mobile devices were a valuable part of our history, they don’t supply the type of capabilities we need to expand our app’s features in the future.’. Adding: This was a tough decision for people to make, but the right one in order to give people better ways to keep in contact with buddies, family, and family members using WhatsApp. If you utilize one of those affected cellular devices, we recommend upgrading to a brand new Android, iPhone, or Windows Mobile Phone before the end of 2016 to continue using WhatsApp.’