Apple’s Forthcoming iOS 14 could have an Augmented Reality Reality program that can read Apple-branded QR codes and may have new features baked into the Find My app.
That AR app called the Gobi in these files could be able to read both more traditional-looking QR codes and interesting new designs for QR reports, codes Constine. Constine also shared pictures of what those QR codes might look like:
Documents in the Gobi comprised QRs that started the Mac Guru and Apple Watch websites, the Star Wars: Rogue One Picture in the iTunes Store, and unlocks the Starbucks Card signup stream, says Constine. The code in the documents also indicates the Gobi program could use location information to allow users to maintain discounts at Starbucks shops.
The Find My app may also get vibration cues and new sound to find your devices quickly, reports Constine.
Some sounds perform as you get nearer for and ones that serve as you get further away. It sounds possible these sounds could be used to help you locate Apple’s long-rumored Tile-like AirTag monitoring tags, should they ever be published. You can hear some of the noises at 2:03 in the video.
IOS 14 is also rumored to incorporate a new house display view, a brand new physical fitness app, a”PencilKit” API, and the capability to establish third-party programs as your default browser and email client.