WhatsApp has released its latest stable update for iPhone users. The update has added the ability to search for messages by date, which has been made available to iOS users in the Apple App Store. The new update also allows users to share documents, videos, and images with other WhatsApp users in chat messages by dragging and dropping them from other apps to the messaging app. The update is expected to be available to all iPhone users soon and has started rolling out to some users.
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The most recent stable update, build number 23.1.75, for iOS users has been made available on the Apple App Store via Meta’s proprietary voice-over-IP and instant messaging platform. Users can now search and locate specific chat messages by date with the latest update. It also gives users the ability to drag and drop images, documents, and videos that they want to share to WhatsApp from other apps.
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With the introduction of the search by date feature in WhatsApp for iOS, it seems that WhatsApp users on iOS are no longer restricted to searching for messages using keywords. Within the messaging window, the search by date feature appears as a scrollable menu that allows users to select the date, month, and year they wish to skip.
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Additionally, the ability for users to hide their online status and a shortcut to send messages to themselves that opens a chat window at the top of the user’s chat list remain in the latest update.
On the other hand, it would seem that the latest WhatsApp update is currently available on its App Store for a select group of users. As a result, a wider release can be anticipated in the coming days.
Q1. What are the new features of WhatsApp for the iPhone?
WhatsApp is working on a new picture-in-picture feature for iPhone video calls. iOS users will be able to open and use other apps during a WhatsApp video call with this new feature.
Q2. If WhatsApp is uninstalled, will anyone lose data?
If you don’t have a backup, you can keep your WhatsApp account, but you won’t be able to access your chat history.
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