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iOS 7.1 lets you take some of the magic ? and all the motion sickness! ? out of your iPhone and iPad


Nov 15, 2013
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iOS 7.1 goes a long way towards "fixing" the usability problems some people experienced with the original version of iOS 7 ? not by taking a step back but by taking a step diagonally. Apple has always led the industry when it comes to accessibility. With iOS 7, however, the added improvements were counter-balanced by some added problems. Fantastic new features like switches let you control your iPhone based only on the movement of your head, but other features like the physics and particle engine gave some people vertigo, thinner typography made it harder for some people to read, and "naked" buttons made navigation more difficult for some people to use. So what's the iOS 7.1 middle-ground Apple's found? In short, Accessibility Settings.

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