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Apple iPhone X top notch can be removed with this app

BGR India Wednesday, 8 November 2017
Apple introduced many firsts with the iPhone X in terms of design, features and technology. While it does impress iPhone lovers and Android fans as well, the iPhone X isn’t a perfect device. Among its problems pointed out, the top notch on the iPhone X isn’t visually appealing for some users. For those who seem bothered by the top notch, you can use this app to get rid of it. The iPhone X features an edge-to-edge display design and Apple has made sure not to leave any space out. Up front where the ear piece and TrueDepth camera is located, only that portion has been left out. The rest of the front panel is occupied by the OLED display. Because
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