Uncovering the Truth Behind the Viral ‘Glitch in the Matrix’ iPhone Mirror Picture – You Won’t Believe What’s Really Happening!

If you’ve been on social media recently, you may have seen a viral picture of a woman standing in front of two mirrors, seemingly holding three different poses at the same time. The picture was first posted on Instagram by comedian Tessa Coates. While the image looks like a “glitch in the matrix,” the truth is much simpler.

In the image, you can see that Coates’ hands are down at her side in one mirror and folded across her stomach in another mirror. In the foreground, one hand is folded and the other hand is down at her side. There has been speculation on how this happened, with some people claiming it’s a computational photography quirk, while others believe it’s a Live Photos glitch.

However, an explanation has now been provided. Faruk from the iPhonedo YouTube channel examined the image’s metadata and found that it was likely taken by mistake with the panoramic feature on Coates’ iPhone 12. Even though Coates claimed it was not photoshopped, a pano, or a Live Photo, it was still taken with the panoramic mode setting on her iPhone 12.

According to Faruk, the image resolution did not match the resolution of iPhone 12’s main camera, indicating that the image was taken in panorama mode. As a result, a failed panorama was created, leading to the viral image.

For those interested in a more detailed explanation, Faruk’s full video can be found on Threads.

In conclusion, the viral image of Tessa Coates holding three different poses at the same time was the result of a mistake made while using the panoramic mode on her iPhone 12. The mysterious viral image isn’t so mysterious after all.

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