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SEATTLE, WA - APRIL 9: A general view of the Seattle Space Needle and skyline lit up in blue to honor essential workers during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak on April 09, 2020 in Seattle, Washington. Landmarks and buildings across the nation are displaying blue lights to show support for health care workers and first responders on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. (Photo by Abbie Parr/Getty Images)

Apparently, the latest iPhone has a feature that hasn’t been touted by Apple. A UFO hunter says he managed to take a photo of a cloaked alien craft on a clandestine mission over Seattle — thanks to his iPhone 11.

At least that’s according to Scott C. Waring, who says he took a picture of the clear blue sky over Rainier Square Tower — and was shocked when he saw a “distinct” alien spaceship surrounded by four blobs of light in the photo. “This is a great example of a UFO getting caught due to the digital eye seeing what the human eye cannot,” Waring says. “And the UFO is like none I have ever seen before.”

While Waring’s photo has the UFO community abuzz, some of his more technologically advanced followers have suggested his iPhone actually did play a role in capturing the “invisible” activity. They say the UFO and light blobs were likely caused by a lens flare from the phone’s polarized lenses.


UFO sighting: Crescent-shaped 'anomaly' stuns UFO expert - 'Like none I have ever seen'

The next morning, upon closer examination, we noticed an irregularity in the skyline, and upon enhancing the photo - it appears to be a disc-shaped object - the exterior surface is not visible, it blends with the sky - with three visible oblong, turquoise/teal coloured windows, and a fourth much smaller light in the top NE corner of the photo which appears to be displaying visible light beams. "The windows also appear to be outlined in a visible white vibration.