“When Apple first introduced iOS 7, there were some folks who did not appreciate the parallax effect and increased motion of the new version of iOS,” Jim Lynch writes for CIO. “The Apple Watch also has similar interface animations, and seeing them might not be right for everybody.”
“It’s easy and quick to reduce motion on your Apple Watch… [and, once you do], when you press the Digital Crown to go from the watch face to the home screen, you’ll notice that the icons don’t zoom in the way that they did before,” Lynch writes. “The home screen icons on the Apple Watch all increase to the same size with Reduce Motion on. The ones on the periphery no longer shrink in size and that can make tapping on them much easier for some Apple Watch owners.
“So if you want all your Apple Watch home screen icons to be the same size, be sure to turn on Reduce Motion,” Lynch writes. “It might make it much easier and more comfortable to see the icons and tap on them.”
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MacDailyNews Take: We’re giving it a go for a day. Have you used/are you using Reduce Motion on your Apple Watch? If so, how do you like it?