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Ayesha1234
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Whenever I use my iPhone 5s on public transport or in the car I feel really horrible. I'm on the bus right now and I swear, I feel like I'm going to throw up typing this. I should really post this when I get to my destination lol...

Does anyone else have this problem? I didn't used to, it's only recently started to make me feel sick.


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It's part of Apple's plan for mind control. DO NOT USE IPHONES.
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Lots of people get travel sick whenever they tried and read things, whether it be a newspaper, book, kindle, laptop of phone.
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It's nauseating

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Stop using it on there? I have the same problem whenever I look down TBH, even if it's just at a book or something
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Lots of people get travel sick whenever they tried and read things, whether it be a newspaper, book, kindle, laptop of phone.
But I've never had this problem with past phones, it's just the 5s?


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Trying to read anything on transport makes me need to puke :erm:
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http://gigaom.com/2013/09/27/is-ios-...rallax-effect/

This should help .
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Stop using it on there? I have the same problem whenever I look down TBH (lol *******), even if it's just at a book or something (lol *******)
But I'm bored though, it's a long journey.


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Thanks for the link, my brother turned the motion thing off for me a while ago though so it's not that.


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It's because you're looking down, if you like rest it on the seat infront, it can help
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^Yeah hold it at eye level OP (if people give you weird looks pretend you can't read the screen otherwise or something)
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Looking at any phone on transport, it makes some people feel travel sick. Not just the iPhone.
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(Original post by smudge_moon)
It's because you're looking down, if you like rest it on the seat infront, it can help
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^Yeah hold it at eye level OP (if people give you weird looks pretend you can't read the screen otherwise or something)
Ah okay, that might be it! Thanks, I've seen a few people do that actually and thought it was a bit weird.



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Ah okay, that might be it! Thanks, I've seen a few people do that actually and thought it was a bit weird.



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It allows your eyes to see you're still moving
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It allows your eyes to see you're still moving
Yep, it's definitely this, I feel better already. Thanks again


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(Original post by Ayesha1234)
But I've never had this problem with past phones, it's just the 5s?


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It's possibly to do with the brightness/resolution of the screen then. Or perhaps you're looking at it for longer as well.
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It's possibly to do with the brightness/resolution of the screen then. Or perhaps you're looking at it for longer as well.
Yeah, these things could be contributing to the problem but holding it up to eye level seems to be helping


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Not sure but I feel uneasy when I've just woken up trying to turn off my alarm on my iPod touch and room is so dark but my screen is so bright :yikes:
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Not sure but I feel uneasy when I've just woken up trying to turn off my alarm on my iPod touch and room is so dark but my screen is so bright :yikes:
I don't use my phone as an alarm clock, but sometimes it does wake me up if I have a call etc. I feel like a vampire looking at my phone because the light almost burns !
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