Apple issues software update to treat `iOS7 nausea`
Washington – Apple has reportedly issued a software update for its latest iOS7 after users complained of feeling nauseous as a result of the app transitions.
The tech giant has released new software treating the motion-sickness, addressing some security loopholes and also has added new features.
As the users complained of motion-sickness from the app transition affects, the update has added the ‘reduce motion’ tool that allows users to control the 3D effects and zooming.
According to the New York Daily News, the iOS7 version 0.3 is available for download and installation on iPhone, iPad or fourth generation iPod Touch.
The update will also resolve the iMessage issue that made users unable to send messages as texts.
Apple has also added the iCloud Keychain functionality which will allow users to use Apple’s cloud storage to save passwords, personal details and credit card details, complete with heavy-duty encryption, the report added.