Suffer from iPhone ‘cybersickness’? Here’s a fix!

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Have a fancy new iPhone? Upgraded your old one to iOS 7.0.3? Does it make you dizzy?

If you’re one of those who have experienced “cybersickness” from the zoom effects with the new interface, don’t worry. You can change that by reducing the motion setting.

Here’s how:

Settings > General > Accessibility > Reduce Motion

By disabling the zoom effect, that nauseated feeling some people experience will be eliminated. In addition, it speeds up your device.

Hurry up and load!

Speaking of speed, if you’re experiencing slow loading times and find yourself being forced to use your data plan rather than WiFi, a resetting of your network connections can speed this up.

Doing so only reconfigures the way your phone connects to the Internet, so none of your settings will be lost, albeit your WiFi passwords. You will need to type those in again after resetting your network connections.

Reset instructions:

Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings

With these simple adjustments your iPhone will be faster and free of causing that ‘cybersickness’ feeling.

 

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