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...
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.
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.
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