Transcript for Apple Software Redesign?
How many people do you know that have downloaded the new operating system for their iphone? But tonight, is that dazzling technology making some people dizzy? Here's abc's linzie janis. Reporter: Apple says its redesigned ios 7 software is more enjoyable to use. It's about bringing order to complexity. Reporter: But some people have gone online claiming it's making them sick. I started to get motion sickness and put it down. Reporter: The new operating system includes these fast-paced animations between the home screen and individual apps. With icons appearing to fly on and off the screen. Michelle barna tried it. Zooming in, zooming out. I started feeling like I was in the back of a cab versus on my couch. Reporter: Other iphone users are going to this apple forum to voice their frustrations. One says the new animations are, quote, making me nauseous and giving me a headache. Others complained of vertigo. I think the way that moves and the speed is what's making people feel a little bit off kilter. Reporter: Doctors say the complaints make sense. The brain thinks there's movement and the eye system is seeing movement but there really is no movement, so, that, in fact, causes the motion sickness. Reporter: Still, some 200 million iphone users have downloaded the new software, leading some to say this is much to do about nothing. Apple has had 200 million people download this software over the last week and we're really only just starting to hear about it. I don't think we can assume that this is effecting that many people. Reporter: Well, we did contact apple and the company declined to comment, but ceo tim cook has said the iphone 5 launch has been their best yet, with more than 9 million new phones sold in the first weekend. And that is a record. And 200 million downloads of the new operating system. If I can handle it, we're doing
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