A New iPhone Feature Could Help You Combat Motion Sickness

One of the few things that stops some people from looking at their phone is: Riding in a car. Looking at your phone, or reading anything, can induce motion sickness. But Apple is unveiling a new feature that can help with that.

It's called "Vehicle Motion Cues" and it just looks like animated black dots around the edges of your iPhone or iPad screen, which MOVE to represent the movement of the vehicle.

The say this should help some people, because, quote, "Motion sickness is commonly caused by a sensory conflict between what a person sees and what they feel." The feature can be turned on and off in the Control Center.

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