Apple release iOS 7 across a large number of iOS devices just a few weeks ago, but it looks like some users are reporting the update is causing them to feel motion sickness when using their iOS device. With all of the new animation effects as well as the overall look of iOS 7, we could see why some people would become sick when using their iOS device. Up until now, there hasn’t been any remedy to the feeling of motion sickness people have been feeling, but Jimmy Kimmel may have found a solution for you.
In a recent segment on Jimmy Kimmel’s late-night show, Kimmel briefly speaks about the feeling of motion sickness people have reported when using iOS 7. His advice? To take a product called “Stop Looking At Your F***ing Phone Every 5 Seconds!” The product isn’t without its list of side effects as those who use it may experience “eye contact, conversations, facial expressions and other human stuff.”
We know just how important our smartphones have become in our daily lives, but Kimmel makes a very good point here. If you’re using your phone so much that it’s making you sick, maybe you shouldn’t be using it as much. There’s a ton of cool stuff going on outside of your phone, so put it down already!
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