The History Of Apple Scanning Photos
It all started back in 2010 when Apple first released the iPhone 4. One of the new features of the iPhone 4 was the ability to take high-resolution photos. And, as anyone who has ever taken a high-resolution photo knows, the level of detail can be quite staggering.
One of the things that you can see in high-resolution photos that you can’t see in lower resolution photos is, well, nipples.
It turns out that when you take a high-resolution photo of a person wearing a shirt, you can sometimes see the outline of their nipples through the shirt. This was something that Apple apparently didn’t anticipate when they released the iPhone 4.
To be fair to Apple, they didn’t anticipate that people would be taking high-resolution photos of their friends and family members in public places either. But, as we all know, people are weird and they will take photos of anything and everything.
So, when Apple released the iPhone 4, they quickly found out that people were taking high-resolution photos of nipples. And, to be honest, Apple didn’t really know what to do about it.
At first, they tried to ignore it and hope that it would go away. But, of course, it didn’t. People were still taking high-resolution photos of nipples and sharing them online.
Finally, Apple came up with a solution. They decided to add a filter to the iPhone 4 that would blur out any nipples that were visible in photos. This filter was added in an update to the iPhone 4’s software and it did, effectively, solve the problem.
Now, if you take a high-resolution photo of a person with an iPhone 4, their nipples will be blurred. However, if you take a high-resolution photo of a person with any other type of camera, their nipples will be visible.
So, there you have it. The history of Apple scanning photos of your nipples. It’s a weird story, but it’s a true one.