Users on Twitter appear to have discovered a feature on Apple's iPhone that saves nudes and provocative photos to a specific default folder dubbed 'Brassiere'. The finding came after it was brought to one woman's attention. Go to your photos and type in the 'Brassiere' why are apple saving these and made it a folder!!?!!? One of her followers tested it out and said it appeared she was correct. The follower wrote: "I dead ass thought this shit was a joke until I literally did it
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Don't panic, but your iPhone can see all your nudes - and it's been storing them away in their own special sordid album for over two years now. Since the launch of iOS 10 in June , your iPhone has been identifying all of the pictures you take in your underwear and filing them away in a tidy album entitled "brassiere". Go on, try it.
There's no secret folder, and it's not really to do with naked pictures — just tools to help you organise your photos. A newly viral post is encouraging people to find out the "folder", and look at what is contained in there. And while some of the reports are true, they aren't all — or as intimate — they seem. The tweet — since reposted more than 10, times — instructs all women to go and search "brassiere" in their pictures. Many reported that it revealed some of their most intimate pictures, including some of them entirely naked or even having sex. You can search your phone for "dogs", "trees", for instance — and can even search for other items of clothing like "shoes" or "hats, though there appears to be no other underwear categories. It isn't clear why Apple opted to include the search for "brassiere", especially when it doesn't include many other common items of clothing, or why it used that specific word. It said when introducing the feature that it had picked out many of the most useful and often searched for items, and fed them into its computer version algorithms.