A woman has claimed that the extra two cameras on iPhones are fake. Watch below:
Apple introduced three back-facing camera for the 'Pro' versions of iPhones 11, 12 and 13.
She points the camera at her and covers each of the camera lenses, and for two of the lenses, nothing changes.
However, when she puts her finger over the bottom lens, the camera goes blank.
For Kayla, this seems to be proof that they're duds, and she asks Apple 'WTF' is going on.
The video was also captioned: "I'm so confused... are they fake?"
However, unfortunately for Kayla, it would appear that there is a perfectly logical explanation for this.
A very logical one indeed.
While the iPhone Pro series does have three cameras on the devices, they are not all in use all of the time.
It comes down to a question of what settings are being used, with each lens serving differing functions.
In the video, it looks as though Kayla is just using a wide shot, and the other lenses would only be used if the lighting changed or she wanted to zoom in or out.
And it looks like a lot of people have spotted the flaw in her theory.
Commenting on the post, one user said: "I don't thing people understand how cameras work."
Echoing the confusion, another chimed in: "She really thought she was onto something here."
A third put: "It doesn't use all three cameras at once."
While another added: "They are different lenses."
LADbible has contacted Apple for a comment.