The TestFlight beta program has received a fresh upgrade from Meta-owned WhatsApp, bringing the version up to 126.96.36.199, which finally adds compatibility for iOS 15. While it is one of the greatest iPhone applications for cross-platform chatting, it hasn’t received full iOS 15 compatibility since the release of the newer mobile OS last year. That appears to be about to change. The release appears to include some minor interface changes, such as a darker toolbar. More people will see profile images in alerts as a result of this. According to the article, these are only the first few improvements made possible by the increased compatibility, with more on the way.
Whatsapp Has Been Working On iOS 15 Compatible Version For Months
Compatibility fixes and bug fixes are also included in the beta version. The main public version of WhatsApp will most likely receive comparable features in the not-too-distant future now that the beta is accessible.
According to AWABetaInfo, WhatsApp supports a few iOS 15 capabilities indirectly, but this does not guarantee the app is fully compatible with the iPhone’s newest operating system, according to 9To5Mac.
For example, WhatsApp for iPhones now displays profile photographs in alerts and supports focus mode after months of testing, but solely with this newest beta is the firm readying complete support for iOS 15.
Another couple of modifications is that if no other UI components are close by and the toolbar turns black. The same is true, according to the report, for Settings.
It shouldn’t be long before WhatsApp is updated to support iOS 15. According to the article, further features will be added following the launch of this upcoming version. Multi-device compatibility 2.0 is also in the works, which will almost certainly include the much-awaited iPad app. Furthermore, the WhatsApp Beta for Android already supports message replies, which should be available to iOS beta users soon.