Facebook-owned messaging app WhatsApp is rolling out a new update for iPhone users. new Whatsapp update Has a version number of 2.20.10 and has been rolled out for all WhatsApp users with iOS devices. A new call waiting feature for iPhone users has also been given in this update. In such a situation, while making a call on WhatsApp with one user, users will be able to accept the call coming from the other user and all iPhone users have been supported in this update. In the new iPhone update, users have also been given privacy related features, which will allow them to decide who can add them to a group. Along with this, the option of sending a private invitation to the users of group administrations is also being given by the app. If users enable low-data usage on the iPhone, the new update will turn off Autodownload for media files on WhatsApp. In this way many smart features have been given for iPhone users in this update.
Will soon get new features
In addition to these features, WhatsApp is also working on a new display message option and testing it. Hints related to this feature have already been seen in the WhatsApp beta version. Dispensing messages can be given for group chats in the feature app and it can be activated only by the administrator of a group. Admins will get the option to choose how long a new message will appear in the chat window and the message will be automatically deleted after the scheduled time.
Support ends 1st February
The screenshots revealed showed that the admins could get six options, ranging from 1 hour to 1 year. Earlier, only two options were 5 seconds and 1 hour. Let us know that from 1 February 2020, WhatsApp will stop working on the old iOS and Android versions. Due to this, users will neither be able to create a new account nor will they be able to verify their existing WhatsApp account. WhatsApp confirmed last year that from February 1, 2020, Android version 2.3.7 and earlier will stop working on iPhones running iOS 8 and earlier.