Long Image Instagram

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There's a new glitch that enabled people post extra-long photos onto their feeds. It's attention-grabbing for rather evident reasons: they take a while to scroll past. Instagram usually restricts portrait pictures to roughly the dimension of your screen.

The problem shows up to have just worked with iOS. To make it function, you primarily simply created or saved an extra-long picture, after that opened Instagram's photo picker and also selected it. The app appears to have actually stopped working to correctly crop them.

People began to see the problem on Wednesday. Shortly after publication of this story, Instagram seems to have taken care of the problem. Lots of people now claim they obtain a server error when they try to post the long pictures, avoiding the pictures from releasing onto their feed.

"We understand an insect involving large photos on Instagram. We're functioning quickly to deal with the problem," an agent for Facebook, which owns Instagram, stated in an e-mail to The Edge.

Also when it was functioning, the glitch featured some restrictions. Pictures that were too long appeared to not function or to show up all black. Some images were likewise removed as well as appeared actually pixelated. This wasn't quite a chance to post a full-res check of a lovely banner you made.

On Android, Instagram proceeded cropping photos correctly, so you weren't able to upload them. The pictures do still turn up extra-long in your feed, though, so you can see what others are publishing.

This is likely a glitch and also not a new attribute, so it was unlikely to stick around for long. For now, it's quickly being picked up by influencers as well as meme accounts as a novel way to get hold of people's attention on the application. We've reached out to Instagram for remark.

So what does this really look like?

Update May 7th, 2:45 PM ET: Instagram seems to have actually stopped long photos from being uploaded. We've upgraded the story to mirror the repair.

Update May 7th, 3:40 PM ET: This story has actually been updated with a comment from Facebook.

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