New App Removes "Notch" From the iPhone X

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The Mophie Wireless Charging Base and Belkin Boost Up Wireless Charging Pad (both $59) should deliver fast wireless charging to the iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. For those who can't stand it, here's a remedy that you've been looking for. A device that doesn't support 7.5W wireless charging only got the iPhone X's battery up to 60% during the same timeframe. Thankfully, a developer called Axiem Systems has made a decision to take advantage of this hatred by releasing an app simply dubbed Notch Remover.

Not all of them, of course, as Samsung's spoof haircut still has time to catch on, but plenty to justify the existence of two different notch-hiding apps.

"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". 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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Don't mask or call special attention to key display features.

It's normal for your phone to run a little warmer if you're running a number of demanding apps, but it should not be running hot while doing something as simple as playing a video. If you're anxious about the app using up your battery, you might want to uninstall the app and simply use the YouTube mobile website in safari or chrome instead. Don't use visual adornments like brackets, bezels, shapes, or instructional text to call special attention to these areas, either.

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