In addition to features such as Dark Mode and the support of computer mice in iOS 13, Apple has made the mobile platform more user-friendly so that people who are sensitive to screen animation can respond. If you have always noticed the transition effects between the app pages, your iPhone now offers a setting to avoid possible travel sicknesses and fears.
The traditional slide animations give your iPhone a more natural feel as you continue to browse from page to page as you browse an app. However, the pleasant experience is not universal for everyone. According to Apple, every third user suffers from motion sensitivity in one form or another, with animations on the screen presenting a potential inconvenience to a smaller subset.
To help those few who are physically and mentally annoyed by the sliding transitions As for those of us who prefer another animation for customizability, there is now a transition to smoother page-to-page transitions. The option can be found on the Motion page of the Accessibility menu under Settings. However, you must first enable "Reduce Motion" to display it.
Note that with the option "Decrease Motion" turned on "Prefer crossfade transitions" is enabled. is disabled by default, so you must manually enable the setting. Otherwise, your iPhone will feel inconsistent when you switch from page to page in an app to reduce Motion's fading effects when you return to the Home screen or switch from one app to the next.  Setting iOS 13 Crossfade Animations for Smoother Side Transitions in Menus and Apps ” width=”532″ height=”532″ style=”max-width:532px;height:auto;”/>