Are the iOS 7 animations causing motion sickness?
I have to agree that the animations are a bit long in the tooth and they can be a bit excessive with the zoom-in and zoom-out affect.
If you upgraded to iOS 7 have you been having any issues with iOS 7 related to the animations?
Apple Support: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/5322295?start...
I had a strong headache, almost a migraine, the morning after upgrading to iOS7 on my iPhone and iPad, and stomach discomfort. After about a week of this and not knowing why it was happening I started doing some reading up on the subject. It's not good.
I've turned off the "reduce motion" control, but it's not enough. I think it's the zooming into and out of folders and apps where I'm having the problem. If I could go back to iOS 6 I would until they fix the problem.
Motion sickness or vertigo hasn't been a major problem in my life, but I can't read in a moving car or train and have gotten seasick before.
Some people are way more sensitive to certain types of visual stimuli than others. My wife can't even be in the living room when I play Mario Kart with the kids or she will instantly get so motion sick that she feels dizzy. This phenomena is real, and, having see the iOS 7 motions firsthand, I believe it could be causing motion sickness in sensitive people. It even bothers me a little and I don't normally get motion sick aside from amusement park rides.
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