Apparently any animal anatomy can be registered to work with Touch ID

Touch ID is Apple's new fingerprint identity sensor, though it turns out it'll print far more than just your fingers. Since the iPhone 5s launched yesterday, the internet has gotten a hold of it and used it on pretty much any body part you can imagine - and a few you probably don't want to imagine - whether human or other animal.

Basically, if it's capacitive and has ridges, arches, or whorls, it can be registered and then used to unlock and authorize Touch ID. That includes toes, nipples, dog paws, and... yeah, right back to that stuff you probably don't want to imagine.

What does this mean in terms of security? Not much. Your neighbors nipple or the Monkey's Paw in the glove compartment can't just randomly access your new iPhone. Not unless you - or someone else - registers them with your device first. So rest easy, keep it classy...

And make sure you get to your new iPhone before your cat does...

Source: Half of YouTube, apparently.