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iOS App of the Week: Nude -- Keep your intimate photos and videos safe

Nude iOS App

Just ask any victim of the celebrity nude hack in 2004 about iCloud and iPhone security. While it turned out that no one was actually hacked, the event did highlight the importance of password security. Nude is a new app that aims to help iPhone and iPad owners keep their more intimate photos safe from hacks, phishing schemes or nosy peepers.

New puzzle game Campfire Cooking makes for a nice October treat

Developer Layton Hawkes is known for his candy filled puzzle title Puzzlepops and its Halloween-inspired sequel Puzzlepops Trick or Treat. His latest game is another treat filled title called Campfire Cooking.

Campfire Cooking includes over 100 camping related cooking challenges. Players must twist and turn skewers to roast marshmallows and push pots of vegetables to cook over open flames. As with any puzzle game, there are plenty of obstacles to make your task of cooking meals harder than normal. You will have to maneuver your food around burned-out logs, and use switches and magnets to pull your pots across your campfire.

Mmm Fingers 2 coming to App Store this week

Noodlecake Studios and No Monkeys have teamed up once again to release Mmm Fingers 2. The follow-up to the unique obstacle game is set to land on the Apple App Store this Thursday, October 19th.

The goal of Mmm Fingers 2 is that same as the original -- keep your fingers glued to your device's display while avoiding colorful monsters. The sequel includes plenty of new obstacles and 75 different challenges. It also comes with two new game modes: Daily Challenge and Challenge Mode.

Next year's iPhones will not offer Touch ID

Face ID TrueDepth camera

With iPhone X pre-orders still weeks away, Face ID has yet to arrive in consumers' hands. This hasn't stopped renowned KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo from predicting Apple's next moves surrounding the technology. Despite the fact that Touch ID was only introduced four years ago, Kuo expects Apple to leave Touch ID in the dust starting in fall 2018.

Report: iPhone with stylus coming in 2019

Apple Pencil

Apple reportedly has engineers working on a stylus for the iPhone. Despite Steve Jobs' famous lines disparaging smartphones with a stylus ten years ago, times have changed. The iPad Pro supports Apple Pencil, and devices such as the Galaxy note come with the accessory. Should Apple launch an iPhone-compatible pencil, it wouldn't be available until 2019.

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