Up until lately, iPad users couldn’t use WhatsApp on their devices because there wasn’t any adapted software for it. Will Cathcart, the CEO of WhatsApp, indicated earlier this year that the business had the potential to make the service available on the iPad. WhatsApp’s CEO is Cathcart. Predictions circulated that an iPad version of the app will be released at some time, but it never happened. WABetaInfo, an update tracker for WhatsApp, predicts that the iPad version of WhatsApp will be released shortly with Multi-Device 2.0.
The iPad version of WhatsApp does exist, as per Cathcart, who made this assertion in January. There has been a lot of effort put into building technology that can be used on a variety of devices, according to WhatsApp CEO Jan Koum. As he pointed out, WhatsApp’s desktop and web applications currently support multiple devices. This functionality is required if the software is to work correctly on the iPad.
The newspaper tweeted a picture of an iPad in conjunction with the launch of “Multi-device 2.0,” which would enable users to link a second mobile phone and tablet to their WhatsApp profile. You can see in this picture that the iPad version of WhatsApp looks very much like the iPhone version. We may anticipate additional details about Multi-device 2.0, which is slated to feature a specific iPad app for WhatsApp, soon.
WhatsApp has also stated that it will no longer offer technical support for iPhones running iOS 10 and iOS 11. This precautionary action is being taken by the instant messaging software since it is possible that the further features it wants to give may not operate correctly on cellphones running iOS 10 or 11. Changes will go into effect on October 24, according to reports in the local media. iPhone users with iOS 12 or later will be able to take use of WhatsApp’s new features, including message answers, in the future.