A couple of months ago, Apple released a new feature that allowed users to view their favorite creepy images from the app store.
Apple explained that it was using the feature to make it easier for users to find images that they might not normally be able to view on their phone because of security and privacy concerns.
But now, after several months of testing and some very popular iPhone 5s photos having been stolen, Apple has now confirmed that it is also using this feature to automatically search for images that users may have already viewed on other websites.
This is a big deal because the photos taken by the new feature are much more common than what users may expect from the feature, which could potentially be a very large number of photos that people are sharing on social media.
Apple has said that the feature will help prevent people from taking advantage of the feature by showing users which of their favorite photos were taken from other sources, and in many cases, those images have already been taken from websites like Flickr, Instagram, Pinterest, and Vimeo.
It’s important to note that this is a feature that Apple plans to roll out to the public as soon as possible, so you should be able access the feature before you have to upgrade your iPhone to a new model.
It’s unclear how long this feature will last, but hopefully it won’t take a year or two to roll it out.
We’ve reached out to Apple for more information about the feature and will update this article if we hear back.
Apple is rolling out the feature on all of its iOS devices at the moment, including the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C.