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Numerous users have been reporting Capcut having difficulty connecting to the internet, even when the device has been connected to the internet. In most cases, this happens both when the user is on a wireless network or when using cellular data.
An increasingly more common occurrence, multiple users have faced unexplained blocks or temporary suspensions of their Instagram account.
People have reported from all across the world that their accounts have simply been blocked, without any apparent reason. An ongoing problem, there’s very little a user can do once that has occurred.
When attempting to post a story (be it photo or video) users are unable to proceed and are greeted with a “Your story has been removed”. This action persists, no matter how many times the user attempts to repeat the action. Thanks to the community guidelines that all Instagram users sign, there are numerous things that can be seen to be going against those imposed rules. When a user goes against these guidelines, Instagram often “punishes” those with a temporary suspension of features.
One of the most common issues that users have reported is their feed not updating or refreshing properly. Greeted with a message “Couldn’t refresh feed”, this is an intermittent problem that has been observed across multiple devices.
Recent reports have shown that certain posts and stories are appearing in a noticeably degraded quality.
Instagram allows up to 10 different photos (or videos) to be uploaded in a single post, however, some users reported the application crashing when trying to upload more than five at a time. This bug has been present for some time and seems to affect even the newest devices.
When taking photos with the rear-facing camera, users have reported the image being inverted (mirrored), especially evident when there is text on the screen.
Users have reported that when using the front camera in preview mode the quality is low and in the wrong aspect ratio (formatting).