ESP_Sprite wrote:There is no need to change anything at all. The new revision of the ESP32 is in all senses compatible with the old version. Around February, the places that sell ESP32s will just gradually sell the new version. If you don't do anything that does not work because of something in the errata list, you don't need to change anything at all.
Yes. You are correct that no need to change anything after replacing ESP32 chip.
But, I just want to know that till how-many years or months older ESP32 chip will be available into Market once new ESP32 version supported chip will be available into market?