list of iPhone, Samsung and LG cell phones that will lose access in 2024

"WhatsApp announces the end of support for more than 20 iPhone, Samsung and LG models in 2024. Find out if your device is on the list and understand the impact of this change.

WhatsApp, one of the most popular social networks in Brazil and the world, brings important news to its users.

In 2024, more than 20 cell phone models, including iPhone, Samsung and LG, will have to say goodbye to the app. This change affects many, but it is part of constant technological evolution.

Curious to know which smartphones will lose access to the messenger? So, read on and find out below.

More than 20 cell phone models, including iPhone, Samsung and LG, will lose access to WhatsApp in 2024. (Credit: @jeanedeoliveirafotografia /

Updates and incompatibilities

Due to app updates, certain smartphones will no longer support WhatsApp. This includes devices with older versions of Android and iOS.

Android users with version 4.4 KitKat or earlier and those with an iPhone running iOS 10 will face the incompatibility. The app may display crashes and pop-up notifications about the end of support.

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Why does a cell phone stop supporting WhatsApp?

The WhatsApp developer team explained the criteria for this decision on its official blog.

Annually, they evaluate older devices and software with fewer users.

In principle, this choice is based on security and the devices’ ability to run the application properly.

After all, which cell phones will no longer support WhatsApp in 2024?

The list of cell phones that will lose access to WhatsApp is extensive and includes old but popular models. Check out some of the main people affected:

Samsung Galaxy S2Nexus 7iPhone 5iPhone 5cArchos 53 PlatinaGrand S Flex ZTEGrande S Flex ZTEGrand X Quad V987 ZTEHTC Desire 500Huawei Ascend DHuawei Ascend D1HTC OneSony Xperia ZLG Optimus G ProSamsung Galaxy NexusHTC SensaĆ§Ć£oMotorola Droid RazrSony Xperia S2Motorola XoomSamsung Galaxy Tab 10.1Asus Eee Pad TransformerAcer Iconia Tab A5003Samsung Galaxy SHTC Desire HDLG Optimus 2XSony Xperia Arc 3

In short, this change in WhatsApp means a turning point for many users.

While some will have to adapt by upgrading their devices, others may see this as an opportunity to explore new technologies.

Regardless, it’s a reminder of the rapid evolution of the digital world.

What is the latest WhatsApp news?

It looks like a significant change is about to happen at WhatsApp, and this all seems to be aligning with the imminent entry into force of Europe’s Digital Markets Act (DMA).

In short, the app is preparing to let people message you from another app. At least, that’s the intention.

According to information released by the website Wired, WhatsApp’s engineering director, Dick Brouwer, stated that the company is ready to introduce this feature to its users.

"There is a real tension between offering an easy way to make this interoperability available to third parties while also preserving WhatsApp’s privacy, security and health bar. I think we are very happy with where we are."

Dick Brouwer.

Applications such as WhatsApp and Messenger will be required to open their messaging networks to third-party applications, as determined by the Digital Markets Law proposed by the EU.

As for Messenger, Meta is also preparing to allow other messaging applications to integrate their exchanges within its network.

At first, this would be an isolated experience in a separate tab called "third-party chats".

In this tab, there won’t be many restrictions: it will be possible to send text, audio, video, images and files between applications.

In conclusion, WhatsApp’s farewell to several iPhone, Samsung and LG models marks a turning point in the world of mobile technology.

Furthermore, it shows the importance of staying up to date not only in terms of software but also in terms of hardware. For many, however, this will be the beginning of a new era of communication.

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