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Exciting leaks for iOS 14: Apple reinvents the QR code

It looks like Apple is planning some innovations for enhanced reality functions for iOS 14. A leak now takes a look at the new AR app "Gobi", QR codes that Apple wants to design with a completely different style and adjustment that should make it easier to find devices.


Exciting leaks for iOS 14: Apple reinvents the QR code


Apple is busy building applications that interact with the real world

IOS 14 is not expected to be released before autumn, and external developers will probably be able to get their hands on a test version of the operating system for the first time in June. Reporter Josh Constine is already giving an overview of the functions that are expected to be updated.



Apple uses the camera as a utility with a new augmented reality app called Gobi and new AR features in its Find My app. The source provided me with a dump of leaked files with iOS 14, expected at the end of this year. They showcase Apple-branded QR codes in a colorful new format, a preview of the Starbucks Gobi partnership, and how Find My will use audio and haptic feedback to tell you the direction of your missing device.

Exciting leaks for iOS 14: Apple reinvents the QR code


It was already known that Apple is currently working on an enhanced reality app called "Gobi".  Constine has already discovered a suitable app logo for iOS 14 leaks. Also, Apple seems to be turning to QR code as it develops. Similar to Apple branding can be found in the code files, which rely on the dot matrix.

Exciting leaks for iOS 14: Apple reinvents the QR code
Apple is trying new QR code formats
Particularly interesting: Apart from the traditional design, which uses well-known patterns for data displays, it looks like Apple is experimenting with a completely new QR format. IOS 14 files for Gobi show "colorful colors" that use different sized cones instead of the usual matrix. The QR code that can be found in iOS 14 refers to Apple's claim to offer new possibilities for "camera control trade".

You can watch the video, hear these sounds and watch the GIF of all the color QR codes in the video that Josh Constine made



Audio files and a haptic feedback code that show how Find My app gives you sound and vibration signals to locate your missing devices. You will hear encouraging sounds when you look in the right direction, so the lost gadget will be “in front” when you “ nearby "or get into Arms Reach, and discouraging tones hint that you’ve lost your course,

Find Apple devices

In another place, there are innovations in the "Find My" App from Apple, which should make it possible to find Apple devices. Here the company experiments with "audio information and haptic feedback" which in the description sound like the principle of potting. "You hear encouraging sounds when you look in the right direction, while discouraging tones indicate that you are off course," said Constine. 

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