Pictured above: Imrali Island, home to one of Turkey's highest-security prisons. You can see that Google has overexposed its image, while Nokia has only provided a very grainy, zoomed-out view. In Apple's imagery, individual buildings are clearly defined, prompting Sosyalmedya to accuse the app of jeopardizing national security. The Verge has checked up on several other internationally sensitive sites and there seems to be trend. Apple has the best imagery in all the places it's not supposed to.