YouTuber trolls Google Pixel fans with photos that were really taken with an iPhone XS
Like clockwork, every new iPhone release is accompanied by some sort of scandal that is often exaggerated for dramatic effect, and in some instances, seemingly made up out of thin air. There was, of course, the bendgate saga that accompanied the iPhone 6, and who could forget the downright comical hissgate that came about in the wake of the iPhone 7 release. Arguably, the silliest '-gate' controversy we've seen with Apple happened just recently with beautygate.
Amid complaints that selfies on the iPhone XS look different than they do on the iPhone X -- which is to say they look softer -- YouTuber Jonathan Morrison recently posted a series of selfies on social media which he claimed were taken with a Google Pixel 2. In reality, the photos were taken with the iPhone XS. Predictably, there were no shortage of comments from fooled commenters thrashing photos taken from what they were led to believe was an iPhone.
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