People scan a code to bring up a phone app that generates a health code before they enter a shopping mall in Beijing on May 2. (Picture: Greg Baker/AFP) People scan a code to bring up a phone app that generates a health code before they enter a shopping mall in Beijing on May 2. (Picture: Greg Baker/AFP)
People scan a code to bring up a phone app that generates a health code before they enter a shopping mall in Beijing on May 2. (Picture: Greg Baker/AFP)
QR codes

China’s beloved QR code may make a global comeback through Apple

  • Shunned in the West, the QR code underpins China’s cashless economy and coronavirus tracing efforts.
  • Now it could be part of Apple’s new Gobi AR app.

Topic |   QR codes
People scan a code to bring up a phone app that generates a health code before they enter a shopping mall in Beijing on May 2. (Picture: Greg Baker/AFP) People scan a code to bring up a phone app that generates a health code before they enter a shopping mall in Beijing on May 2. (Picture: Greg Baker/AFP)
People scan a code to bring up a phone app that generates a health code before they enter a shopping mall in Beijing on May 2. (Picture: Greg Baker/AFP)
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