WhatsApp is expected to issue an upgrade shortly.

It's anticipated that WhatsApp will release an update soon.

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According to leaked images, the messaging program WhatsApp, which is owned by meta, may be producing an official iPad version in response to a persistent user desire.

WhatsApp was first created for cellphones and then made available on PCs, but there hasn’t been an official version for iPad users.

iPad users have voiced irritation about the lack of a dedicated app for their devices, despite the fact that they can now use WhatsApp through the Safari browser.

Social media users have expressed their dissatisfaction, with one tweet posing the question, “Why isn’t WhatsApp available on iPad? Why not use your desktop application if you already have one?
Meta is the owner of the popular software, which was first created for cellphones and has now been expanded to enable PC access.

The software has been leaked in images built for a big iPad screen, and they have surfaced on WABetaInfo, a website that tracks WhatsApp upgrades.

Beta testers may now access an iPad-compatible version of the software using the TestFlight app, according to WABetaInfo.

The software is still in the beta stage and isn’t available to the general public, but the screenshots on an iPad screen offer more proof that testing is going on.
Apple owns TestFlight, an online tool that developers may use to install and test new apps, but is presently only available to those who are part of the iOS Developer Program.

The iPad app’s availability has not yet received formal confirmation from WhatsApp.
On social media, iPad owners have shared their enthusiasm over the possible release, though.

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