Anorak | It’s not just Apple’s iOS 7 that causes motion sickness

It’s not just Apple’s iOS 7 that causes motion sickness

by | 30th, September 2013

apple sick FOLLOWING on from last week’s news that users of Apple’s new operating system, iOS 7, were starting to feel motion sickness as a result of using it (and yes, up to the point of falling over and even vomiting) we’re getting the news that there are some people who are pretty much allergic to our bright new digital future. Quite simply some cannot deal with modern digital graphics and 3D effects and so are always going to be locked out: or on the floor throwing up of course.

The initial news that iOS 7 was causing problems came up in the Apple user forums :

 The zoom animations everywhere on the new iOS 7 are literally making me nauseous and giving me a headache. It’s exactly how I used to get car sick if I tried to read in the car.

How do I turn them off? Do I have to revert to 6?

Sadly, while you can minimise some of the effects no, you can’t turn them off entirely. And once you’ve added iOS 7 to your iPhone or iPad no, you cannot go back to iOS 6. You have to junk the piece of iKit and buy another, making sure

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