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iOS 7.1 seemingly solves iPhone ‘motion sickness’ problems

13
Mar
2014

One big problem that cropped up for many iPhone users with the release of iOS 7 was that some of the new animations on the platform apparently made them feel motion sickness. However, The Guardian’s Craig Grannell writes that the release of iOS 7.1 has done more to fix this issue than any other update released so far. Grannell starts out by noting that Apple first tried to address this issue with a revamped Reduce Motion control option that it released with iOS 7.0.3. However, he says that 7.1 has further refined this feature to the point where it should all but end instances of motion sickness for iPhone users. “With iOS 7.1, it appears Apple is further thrashing out the

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