Instagram glitch lets iOS users post unusually long photos that create ...

Instagram glitch allow iOS users post unusually long photos that sprawl across feeds and require 'endless' scrolling to bypass The glitch is allowing Instagram users on iOS to post unusually long images Images that are usually cropped automatically are now sprawled across feeds Influencers and meme accounts have coopted the glitch as a stunt 

By James Pero For

Published: 21:32 BST, 7 May 2020 | Updated: 21:33 BST, 7 May 2020


An Instagram bug affecting its iOS app might be giving some users vertigo.

The glitch, which has been documented and coopted by some of the platforms influencers, is allowing users to post unusually long photos.

Once posted, the towering images - instead of being cropped portrait-style to fit the app's interface - are stretched across the feed, requiring users to scroll for an inordinate amount of time in order to see the next image in one's feed. 

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