Hello again,I see that you have created a duplicate question.
Earlier, I did not realize that this was done over an iPhone.
Do you wish to continue with this question or was it's creation a mistake?
so since you now know that it was iPhone, do you have any diffenent answers?
Yes, I have a different answer.
It is possible that the remnants of a photo or video taken on the iPhone may have been shown as you ended the video call. Due to how video is encoded and decoded on such devices, it is very possible.
It is very possible that that particular image was the remnants of a photo or video taken on your iPhone or on the other person's iPhone.
However, please understand that the photo/video image may have been random in the way that it pulled itself from a photo that was seen on the phone.
In any case, the photo being shown like that is only proof that the image was viewed or taken on one of the phones.
For example, if you went to a website and that photo was on the website, it may appear on their as you saw.
Many times those kinds of images are not sought after, but just pop up without your knowledge of them before they appear.
Does that make sense?
So, if someone went to a website about viagra, it is possible that the image would pop up and then may pop up again
when using phone?
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Did it have to be viewed by phone originally or could it show up on phone call if fiewed earlier on a website?
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It could have been viewed by the phone or it could have been viewed originally on a website.
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