That dizzy feeling you get when opening an app on your new iOS 7 operating system is not the excitement of owning the latest gadget from Apple. It could be vertigo or motion sickness. In short, your iPhone or iPad could be making you sick. Since the iPhone 5 release and the subsequent operating system upgrade iOS 7 for Apple devices, reports of illness during use have flooded Apple stores and forums. Issues are centered on physical negative responses to the motions of the apps in the new version, creating headaches and eye pain as well as dizziness and nausea.
There is some history behind graphical effects on the brain and its ability to maintain balance. Some people with epilepsy cannot play certain games or watch certain movies because the flashing lights in the visual display, even those beyond the human level of perception, can generate a seizure.