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News round-up: Five more games come to Apple Arcade (and more)

Since Steve and I can’t cover everything, we’ll frequently offer a wrap-up of news items you should check out

Another five games have been added to Apple Arcade: The new titles include side-scrolling action platformer “Fallen Knight” by FairPlay Studios, barnyard game “Hogwash” by Bossa Studios, the getaway “Lifelike: Chapter One” by Kunabi Brother, puzzler “Tales of Memo” by Tendays Studio, and roleplaying folktale “Yaga” by Versus Evil. 

In a note to clients — as noted by AppleInsider — Financial services firm Cowen predicts that Apple will post a record $90 billion holiday quarter driving by demand for the iPhone 11 line and Services.

The Apple Watch Series 5 models are now available in Brazil, Korea, and Thailand.

Apple CEO Tim Cook talks with GQ about the company’s environmental efforts, iPhone trade-ins, and more. 

ZDNet reports that Seventeen malicious iPhone apps have been removed from the Apple App Store after being found to click on adverts secretly, generating income for cyber criminals.

Apple is looking to use a low-power backplane technology called LTPO for future iPhones, according to Korean website The Elec. The backplane is responsible for turning individual pixels on and off on the display. 

Jeff Carlson has updated Take Control of Your Digital Photos, a topic that continues to evolve as the devices are updated and the players change. In the latest episode of MacVoices, he covers sharing vs. backups, what his pick is for the best photo editing app, and the issue of machine learning when it comes to photo organization. The discussion also covers the privacy aspects of storing and sharing your photos online, and some new options for helping get the photos that live on all those drives and devices organized.

Dennis Sellers
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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.