Facebook-owned WhatsApp has introduced an update and it is now available on App Store for iOS users, however, for some, it is a setback.
The new update — version 2.21.50 — that is available on App Stores does not support several iPhone models, WABetainfo said in a tweet.
WhatsApp Messenger beta 2.21.50 has dropped the support for iOS 9 — and this means people with iPhone 4s or older versions will not have access to the app anymore.
However, users with an iPhone 5 or updated models can continue to use the platform.
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