The Users Get Sickened by the Latest Version of iOS
Users complain about several health issues caused by the recently revealed iOS 7
Just afterApple has fixed the security issue of the new iOS 7, a new problem emerges as many users are complaining about different health issues caused by using the tech giant’s latest mobile operating system.
Many users state that the latest transition betweenapps and the animation is causing different side effects.
Apple Ballareports that the customers are facing different secondary effects, including headaches, hurting eyes, dizziness and motion sickness.
Many users are seen going back to the previous version due to the different side effects.
One user states, “Am I the only one getting slightly motion sick from the way apps open and close in iOS 7?” Another user says,”It hurts my eyes and makes me dizzy.”
However, you can remove the shifting effect by using the “Reduction Motion” option for the time being. Nonetheless, Apple Support informs that you cannot stop the transition effect between apps and the animation permanently.
The users are waiting for a quick release of an iOS 7 update to get the issue fixed.
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