Someone has now chose to make an app to remove the notch on the new iPhone X and they have ingeniously called it Notch Remover. Over the weekend, developer Axiem Systems released an app on the App Store called Notch Remover. Notcho comes with 11 pre-set wallpaper selections, but also offers users the opportunity to create their own custom notch-free wallpaper. While the Cupertino giant has promised to correct these problems courtesy of a software update, it seems that an app is attempting to remedy one of the unique physical aspects of the device - specifically, the notch. Notch Remover runs $.99.
While it may be a Godsend for some, the app doesn't really remove the notch.
Interestingly, an app of this nature is seemingly forbidden by Apple's developer guidelines for the iPhone X, and yet Apple opted to approve it anyway. This works best while you're on the home screen and you'll definitely see the notch when you're running an app that supports full screen.
"Don't mask or call special attention to key display features".
But for those of you who can't seem to adjust, there is now an app you can download to make the adjustment easier. "Don't use visual adornments like brackets, bezels, shapes, or instructional text to call special attention to these areas, either".
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