The trial concerned the case of 17-year-old American Kyle Rittenhouse, who shot and killed rioters in Kenosha, Wisconsin. On Wednesday, Judge Bruce Schroeder barred Kenosha County’s attorney from displaying evidence of the case on an iPad. Schroeder suggested that enlarging the images could make some changes to the images. The judge said that the prosecutor first needs to prove that the evidence is not altered by technology.
Rittenhouse’s lawyer agreed with Schroeder. He stated that iPads have “artificial intelligence that allows things to be viewed through three dimensions and logarithms.” That is, scaling on tablets can supposedly change reality.
Unfortunately, Apple has not yet commented on these claims.