While Android users were (humorously) encouraged to embrace the "notch" not long after the iPhone X announcement, and Samsung is apparently considering (for real) to adopt a similar biometric recognition solution, early adopters of the "all-screen" iOS device just want their classic iPhone look back.
The Notch Remover app is now available from the iTunes store for $0.99, you can find out more details about the app over at iTunes at the link below. Axiem System's Notch Remover app will remove the notch and replace it with a straight bar across the top of the screen.
While it obviously doesn't remove the bar, it modifies your wallpaper to make it less noticeable.
In any instance, the app does give those with a dislike for the notch on their brand new iPhone X a free remedy, aside from returning their smartphone to Apple for a refund. Best yet, it has gained approval from Apple which is a bit surprising given the language Cupertino uses in its developer guidelines.
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The wallpaper masks the controversial 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. Don't attempt to hide the device's rounded corners, sensor housing, or indicator for accessing the Home screen by placing black bars at the top and bottom of the screen.
"Don't use visual adornments like brackets, bezels, shapes, or instructional text to call special attention to these areas, either".