IS IOS 7 MAKING YOU DIZZY?
As users all over the world upgraded to iOS 7, some reported that the new OS was making them experience something they’d never felt from iOS before - nausea.
iOS 7 is built on top of a physics and particle simulator, and it certainly uses it to full effect; apps zoom in and out when switching, and the wallpaper has a parallax effect which moves underneath icons. According to doctors, this mismatch between what is a stationary, flat object (your iPhone) and a moving, three-dimensional representation (iOS 7) is what causes people to feel dizzy, get headaches, or even feel sick.
It’s the same reason why people get seasick; when the contrast between the ship’s movement and its stability sends mixed signals to the brain. Fortunately, with iOS 7.0.3 you can turn off all motion effects by going to the Settings app, then General > Accessibility > Reduce Motion and turning the switch.