The new iOS 7 launched just a few weeks back amidst lot of fanfare accompanied by the two new iPhone devices has already found itself in the midst of some negative criticism. Apple also introduced two new iPhone versions, iPhone 5s and the 5c which came with the new iOS pre-loaded on them while owners of the old version of the iPhone had to download the new OS and install the same on their devices.
The new OS was supposed to be having features which made it more interesting for the user. However, that is not how things turned out to be at least for some out there. For immediately after release and usage by the people, the first problem was reported which related to a flaw in the security of the OS. People were able to open up the device without going through the installed security feature. This was immediately attended to by Apple and a new version update was released within a few days.
A new issue has now cropped up and this is relating to people experiencing motion sickness due to some of the animation playing on the device with iOS 7. The animation played when opening or closing of an app is causing this effect on the user watching the screen. The icons zoom in and out during this transition making users experience nausea. It is not that this zoom in and out effect was not present in previous version of the iOS. It is just that with iOS 7 the effect is a bit more pronounced than before, so much that there have been a number of users who have reported experiencing headache and other related discomfort that occurs when the eye is stimulated vigorously. A number of post to this effect has been flooding the forums related to iOS. All of them have a common request, which is to know the process for switching off the animations. Unfortunately, there is no such process as of now in iOS 7.