Many mobile phone models will no longer support the application of WhatsApp conversations as of July 1, depending on the operating system.
Over time, some applications fail to make updates to a particular operating system, which makes them incompatible with certain mobile phone models. This is what will happen with WhatsApp from July, stopping working on a series of devices with "outdated" systems.
The list of mobile phones that will not support WhatsApp is wide:
On Android-based mobile phones, everyone who has a Android 2.3.7 or previous.
In the case of iPhone, the application will no longer be available on all mobile phones with a system iOS7 or previous.
In addition, Nokia S40, mobile phones with operating system Windows 8.0 it's the Blackberry 10.
How to know the operating system of your mobile phone
If your phone has an operating system Android, you should go to the "Settings" or "Settings" menu and then find the "about the phone" section (the name may vary depending on the model, but it will always look similar) and you can see which version you have installed. can be updated if necessary.
If you have a iPhone, you must also select the "Settings" or "Settings" section, select the "General" option and then open "Information". Within this menu, you can see which version of the iOS that you have installed. If you want to know if you have the most current version, return to the "General" menu and click on the "Software update" option.
What to do if your phone's operating system stops supporting WhatsApp
If your phone has one of the operating systems listed above, you should try update it to get an extension. However, this is not always possible, and if your device does not support new software updates, you may have to purchase a new one or use another WhatsApp-like chat application.