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How to Disable the Animation and Parallax Effects in iOS 7 [Video]

How to Disable the Animation and Parallax Effects in iOS 7 [Video]

Posted November 9, 2013 at 9:38pm by iClarified · 110683 views
These are instructions on how to disable the animation and parallax effects in iOS 7.

Apple’s latest firmware features a new parallax effect that causes your wallpaper to move behind your springboard icons. There’s also a new animation effect that zooms into views as you switch between apps. With iOS 7.0.3 you can disable both effects. Prior versions of iOS 7 can only disable the parallax effect.



Step One
Tap Settings from your SpringBoard.
How to Disable the Animation and Parallax Effects in iOS 7 [Video]

Step Two
Choose General from the Settings menu.
How to Disable the Animation and Parallax Effects in iOS 7 [Video]

Step Three
Select Accessibility from the General menu.
How to Disable the Animation and Parallax Effects in iOS 7 [Video]

Step Four
Choose Reduce Motion from the Accessibility menu.
How to Disable the Animation and Parallax Effects in iOS 7 [Video]

Step Five
Tap to turn ON the Reduce Motion toggle.
How to Disable the Animation and Parallax Effects in iOS 7 [Video]How to Disable the Animation and Parallax Effects in iOS 7 [Video]

You’ll now notice that your wallpaper stays still and a quick fade effect is used for transitioning between apps.
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Fudd
Fudd - December 26, 2013 at 11:37pm
I'm impatient. I don't want to wait 1/3rd of a second to press an app icon. Thanks.
sunremo
sunremo - November 10, 2013 at 4:30pm
its not there anymore. i would like to get that parallax effect
Kronos
Kronos - November 10, 2013 at 8:27am
iClarified ios 7 app leaked in this video!!!
Bugged Out
Bugged Out - November 10, 2013 at 3:55am
This "news" is so last month
Drew2
Drew2 - November 10, 2013 at 6:10am
Maybe that's why it's not in the 'news' category. It's a tutorial.
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