WhatsApp has recently taken the first steps to be able to migrate your conversations from Android to iOS and vice versa, although at the moment this is something reserved for very specific terminals. The good news is that there are already traces of improvements to this feature to cover more Android phone models.
Android 12 as the only requirement to send all WhatsApp chats on Android to new iPhone
These traces are in a beta version of WhatsApp version 22.2.74, which WABetaInfo experts had access to. The migration of WhatsApp chats from Android to iOS can be done the first time we open WhatsApp on the iPhone, without the possibility of being able to do this migration later.
The only requirement to be able to do this will be to have Android version 12 installed, which is already dependent on device manufacturers. To perform the migration, you will also need Apple’s “Move to iOS” app, which is officially available on Google Play.
The transfer of all data will be done wirelessly, as with the rest of Android data, and it will surely require both phones to be charged. WhatsApp data usually takes up a lot of space on the terminals of users who do not monitor their storage, so it is highly recommended to do a good cleanup before making this move.