It's no secret that Apple has created some seriously good technologies over the past decade; revolutionising the selfie, touch screen technology and inventing our tech side-kick Siri, it's amazing that there was a time when humans survived without all this power at our fingertips. The iOS 10 update also brought with it new facial recognition technology that conveniently filed photos of yourself, your bffl's and bae for ease of searching.  Unbeknown to most, the feature also recognises and categorises over 4,000 objects, of which one inquisitive Twitter user found to be quite scandalous.

Twitter user @ellieewbu's viral tweet brought to attention the fact that Apple has been tagging all of your raunchy photos. "ATTENTION ALL GIRLS ALL GIRLS!!! Go to your photos and type in the 'Brassiere' why are apple saving these and made it a folder!!?!!?" she tweeted. Chrissy Teigen confirmed overnight that the feature does work, sharing screenshot of all her chesty pics to Twitter.

The search feature has been available on iOS 10 since its launch, but Apple has class - the photos app will only show your raunchier photos if you search 'brasserie'; not 'bra' or 'boobs'. Thankfully, all of this occurs in the safety of your own phone - no one at Apple is sitting at their iMac sifting through and filing your sexy snaps.

The search feature also works on thousands of objects and search terms. You can search 'cat' or 'dog' to find all of the photos of your furry friend in one place (you're welcome). The technology can be impressively specific as well, including item searches for 'cheeseburger', 'hoofed animal' and 'computer monitor'. Bottom line is, your phone is always watching, and it knows what it's looking at. 

Boob watch: your iPhone is secretly tagging your raunchy bra photos