The iOS beta version of WhatsApp enables users to exchange higher-quality videos.

According to reports, WhatsApp is testing a new feature that lets users send high-definition videos. Those who have the most recent update, WhatsApp beta for iOS version, installed, can use this functionality.

The iOS beta version of WhatsApp enables users to exchange higher-quality videos.

The iOS beta version of WhatsApp enables users to exchange higher-quality videos.

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The iOS beta version of WhatsApp, the instant messaging service owned by Meta, now allows users to exchange high-definition movies. Although the feature keeps the videos' original size, some compression will still be used, making it impossible to send videos in their original quality. So, if users wish to send a video with better quality, they must manually choose the high-quality option each time.

A tag indicating that a video has been sent utilising the high-quality option will be added to the message bubble, according to WABetaInfo, informing the recipient of the video's transmission mode. Nevertheless, when sharing videos through status updates, this capability is not available.

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Other profile icon improvements for group chats are also being rolled out by the platform. The platform has specifically updated the contact profiles for those whose thumbnails were previously missing or concealed. The initials of each member of the group are now visible in these enhanced thumbnails.

Now, only select beta testers who have the most recent version of WhatsApp beta installed on their iOS device can send high-quality videos and make improvements to profile icons within group chats. Before a wider deployment to all iOS users, WhatsApp is anticipated to improve and expand these features depending on user input.

The business recently debuted a new feature that enables customers to safely transfer their chat history between devices running the same operating system.

Users of WhatsApp may now save their entire chat and media history without ever having to leave the app according to the most recent upgrade. As a result, there is no longer a need to rely on unapproved third-party programmes, which frequently lack transparent privacy policies.

Users must make sure that both their old and new devices are physically present, connected to Wi-Fi, and have location services turned on before starting the conversation transfer.