DPS & InDesign - Blurry/Pixelated Text

Hi there,
I've made a scrollable frame within my document, but the text appears blurred and pixelatied on my iPad when using it. The font is Helvetica Reg 12.5 pt. Any ideas?
Thanks!

Make sure the folio and article are PDF format and at least version 24. Then
set the scrollable frame to vector in the folio overlays panel.

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