First to start off and clarify, this is not a thread about the animation speed in question. I am not talking about how fast the icons fly into the home screen when u unlock you phone. I don't know about you guys, but on iOS 7 on my iPhone 5 when you disable 'Increase Contrast' under the accessibility settings, it seems to cause minimal but quite noticeable lag. When you disable 'Increase contrast', you're adding the eye candy blurs and transparency effects to ur phone which I like. When you enable it, you essentially remove all of it. Try disabling the option first. Go to messages, tap on the icon to compose a new message. Did you notice that small stutter as the keyboard springs up? Then, go to photos. Tap on collections and simply tap in and out of collections. I noticed there is some stutter too. Next, go click on any photo you would like to set as a wallpaper. When you tap on the options, the photo zooms out to reveal a set of options. Again, I noticed there are some stutters there. The small animation lags in photos is even more apparent if u have lots of photos. Now, to bring my point across, go back to settings and enable 'Increase Contrast'. Now, your phone loses the transparency effects and the blurs. Repeat the entire test. Go to messages, then photos. Absolutely 0 lags. Perhaps this is just an isolated case, but to be sure, I created this thread. Did you guys notice the same issue on your iPhone 5 running iOS 7? I know the lag might be too subtle for some to notice, but yes I noticed it on mine. What are your thoughts to this? I really apologize if you think this is a small issue to care anyways, but just wanted to bring this up.