In the beginning, I thought it was just a joke! But no!
Again it proved that people shouldn’t trust Big Tech, and your phone isn’t only yours.
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People who use infrared technology revealed this secret, and now we all know what’s happening.
Watch the video below on Rumble!
If you still think that this info is fake, read what ABC News has to tell you.
A video showing a mobile device snapping infrared images of an iPhone user is circulating around the internet and is catching many by surprise.
In the Tik Tok shared by user Brie Thomason, a digital camera using an infrared lens is seen filming an iPhone user observing their home screen. As the iPhone user stares blatantly at the device, Thomason’s digital camera captures the iPhone snapping multiple infrared images every 5-10 seconds.
Since the video was uploaded to social media on May 8, it has garnered over 224k likes and over 17.5k shares, alarming some and catching many off guard.
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While this discovery may cause some users to panic, Apple claims this is actually just an aspect of the iPhone that allows users to control their face ID and Animoji (the animated emoji function).
According to Apple, this feature was first debuted as the iPhone X’s most groundbreaking function; since it is not even discernible at first glance, even though it literally stares you in the face.
So, yes, your iPhone is essentially taking “invisible” photos of you, but not for the reasons you would think.
I expected an excuse like theirs. The phone needed those images for the processes like FaceID. However, it doesn’t make any sense!
FaceID must be activated only when you want to unlock your phone or log in somewhere. So, that’s something that the phone can quickly determine due to iPhone’s built-in accelerometer and gyroscope.
Now, what’s your excuse? Why you have to take a picture every five seconds?
Maybe it is because we are investigated. Are they spying, maybe?
The entire situation resembles the situation in Orwell’s book 1984!