WhatsApp may soon release two highly requested features. The first is one of those iPhone users who have been waiting since the company made it possible owners and then those who have to migrate their chat history from an iOS device. Every single post discovered by , found evidence in the latest WhatsApp iOS beta release of a feature that allows you to migrate your chat history from Android to iOS. Explore builds on a previous store .
Screenshot shared by WABetaInfo App suggestions will ask for your permission before starting to migrate your chat history. We also know from a previous leak you’ll need to use as part of the transition. On Android, the same process can be tricky, as you need a Lightning to USB-C cable and a brand new or recently factory reset phone.
In one WABetaInfo Announced over the weekend, the site shows that WhatsApp is also working on two-step verification for its desktop and web clients. If the company goes ahead with the release, the tool will let you add a personal pin to your account. That way, any time you want to access WhatsApp through your computer or online, you’ll need to enter that passcode, as well as the six-digit pin that WhatsApp sends to your phone, to do so. That’s what will help protect you from SIM-swapping attacks.
It’s unclear when the company plans to release either of these features. A month before the migration rolled out on Samsung devices, WhatsApp head Will Cathcart it will be available on iOS phones soon. “
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