New Delhi: The new year is coming. There are still a few days left in the year 2020. This coming year will bring many new changes in our lives. At the same time, the world of technology will see many changes in the coming year. January 2021 will see a change in WhatsApp, including calling. From January 15, where you have to put 0 next to the mobile number when calling from landline. At the same time, there are many such mobile handsets in which WhatsApp will stop working from January 1. Let us know about it in detail.
WhatsApp will not run
The new year is coming. With the new year many old things will be left behind. With the arrival of the new year, WhatsApp has stopped its support for the old operating system and this time too the company has released a list of smartphones in which WhatsApp will stop working from January 1. WhatsApp will not work on smartphones below iOS 9 and Android 4.0.3 operating systems. According to the company, to use all the features of WhatsApp, iPhone users will have to use iOS 9 or higher and Android users will have to use version 4.0.3 or higher. You have been told which smartphone will stop working on WhatsApp from January 1.
WhatsApp will not work in these models
Apple’s iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5S, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6S will have to be updated with the operating system iOS 9, otherwise WhatsApp will not work in this smartphone. At the same time, such Android smartphones that do not work on Android 4.0.3, WhatsApp will not work in it either. The smartphone includes models like HTC Desire, LG Optimus Black, Motorola Dry Razr, Samsung Galaxy S2.
Zero must be applied
When making a landline call on any mobile in the country, from January 15, you have to put 0 next to that mobile number. No changes have been made to the fix-to-fix dialing plan, mobile to fix and mobile to mobile calls, the communications ministry said. The Department of Telecommunications has approved the proposal of the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI). On May 29, 2020, TRAI recommended putting zero before the number for such calls. This will allow telecom service provider companies to create more numbers.