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You can remove the iPhone X notch via an iOS app

You can remove the iPhone X notch via an iOS app”

Ever since the iPhone X was first revealed, the now-famous "notch" at the top of the display has become the topic of much debate.

Well, stop pulling out your hair as there is an app called the Notch Remover and the name should help you understand what it does. If you don't like it at all and want to do away with it, there's an app for that.

Apple's iPhone X comes with a notch at the top of the display, under the notch is where Apple had hidden all of the cameras and technology for their Face ID. This effectively "removes" the notch from the top of your phone by hiding it in plain sight.

What the Notch Remover app does is add a black bar across the tops of images. Still, we're guessing that most people won't mind spending that extra dollar, given how expensive the iPhone X is and just how heated complaints about that notch can become. Still, you must assign the changes to your Wallpapers via the iOS settings. This results in a single black status bar that's similar to what we've seen on nearly every single iPhone.

The app will cost you 0.99 Dollars but is just a small price to pay if those of you that came to a conclusion that the notch is not something you can deal with. So what's another $0.99 for a silly little app that fixes a silly little problem?



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