Apple employ spy planes that can film you through your skylight
In a move that is totally original and not copied at all, Apple is going to provide us all with an online map service called 'Maps'. Of course, this being Apple, they're going to do things a little differently and all Fancy Dan.
The 'Maps' programme for iPhones and iPads will give plebs the chance to look at images so detailed that until now, it's only been available to intelligence services. The 3D street images that Apple will produce will be so detailed that they will show objects as small as 4 inches in diameter.
The technology has been developed following Apple's acquisition of C3 Technologies and will apparently employ spy-planes which will capture images.
Of course, not everyone is happy about this. Nick Pickles, director of the Big Brother Watch privacy campaign group, reckons that Apple's 'Maps' is more invasive than Street View because it would "take us over the garden fence".
He said: "You won't be able to sunbathe in your garden without worrying about an Apple or Google plane buzzing overhead taking pictures."
Flashers and show-offs, your time has come.