An Instagram bug that allows posting too long photos


Instagram photo and video sharing service suffers from a defect that allows publishing very long pictures, knowing that the service does not usually allow publishing photos that exceed the length of the screen.

It appears that the Apple iOS service application is only the one who suffers from the defect, which makes the application fail to crop long images before publishing. However, there appear to be some exceptions, as extremely long images turn black, do not appear as they should, and long pictures that are posted appear distorted.

In the Android operating system, it appears that the Instagram application does not suffer from any problem, as it is still possible to crop images before they are published. However, if a iOS app user publishes a long image, it will be displayed in the service app in Android.


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