WhatsApp Is Rolling Out New Button Design For iOS

WhatsApp has just completed its new task and started rolling out a new stable update for enhancing the iOS user’s experience. Yes! WhatsApp is introducing a modern, fresh button design for the application, but the update is only available to a limited number of users and will soon be available widely. 

What’s New For iOS WhatsApp Users With v23.18.78 

WhatsApp released the latest update with its identification build number, 23.18.78. The users can easily identify the latest update with this version code. The users are getting fresh button designs. However, the official changelog still consists of certain features that were already released in the previous updates of the app. 

The new button design for now is only available to some of the limited lucky users, and they will get it after upgrading the app through the latest update. Noticeably, this new design is also available in other application sections, and it’s not limited to the chats tab. The new button placed at the top right corner appears, plus an icon within a blue color-filled circle.

While other improvements to the interface are not available till now, the revamped button style provides a sneak preview into the brand’s ongoing efforts to enhance the user’s experience. It’s worth mentioning that a few lucky users who have installed the beta version of the application could also have access to the fresh button style. 

If the users don’t get this feature yet, they are recommended to wait patiently, and the company will make this update available to all over the coming weeks. However, it has not been mentioned in the official changelog. The users can get this update through the TestFlight app or App Store. This new update will surely enhance the user’s experience. 


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Jurin Charnvirakul

Jurin Charnvirakul has been a part-time editor at RM Update since 2020, and full-time since 2021. Now, focus your articles on buying guides, tutorials, offer recommendations and product analysis. Graduated in Journalism Communication.

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