However, WhatsApp has not yet given its official details. WhatsApp beta tracker WABetaInfo Told It is expected that the end-to-end encryption available on WhatsApp will be compatible with its upcoming multi-device support.
Earlier this month, Mark Zuckerberg in an alleged conversation with WABetaInfo mention Did you know that chats will still be end-to-end encrypted when using multi-device support on WhatsApp. Screenshots shared by WABetaInfo show that the Facebook CEO said that the company elegantly addressed the challenges involved in implementing end-to-end encryption. To ensure that chats between users are secure even when using the messaging app on multiple devices.
WhatsApp was believed to introduce multi-device support from July 2019. work on enabling Has been doing. This feature allows users to run the app on up to four devices simultaneously. It seems to be in the final stages of its internal testing as screenshots detailing the new edition have surfaced online in recent days. WhatsApp chief Will Cathcart also reportedly mentioned in a message exchanged with WABetaInfo that the new version could be made available in public beta in the next month or two.