While the cabinet of Apple's newer iPhones started a wave of slots across the smartphone market, there are still many users who don't like the screen-blocking zone up and you can be one of them. While it may soon disappear in future iPhone models, or at least become smaller, there are things you can do to hide the big hack you have right now.
We already covered the way to hide the tick on an iPhone X, X S
and X S Max, like an iPhone X ] R which does not have an OLED monitor but can still benefit from adhesive paths. You can use the Notcho app to create wallpapers, but there is a fee to remove the watermark. There are wallpapers you can just download it to the trick. You can even use Photoshop to make your own professionals.
Apple contains some choppy backgrounds, but perhaps the best way to get rid of getting rid of the annoying withdrawal is by using a shortcut. And thanks to Reddit user u / Joe__Soap we only have it for you. With its No Notch Wallpaper shortcut, you can make the tick disappear by converting a photo of your device to a background image.
Step 1: Install No Notch Wallpaper
To add the No Notch Wallpaper shortcut, Apple's shortcuts app will need to be installed already, so do it if you don't use it yet. Then use the link below, which opens the shortcuts to the shortcut details. As you can see, you only need access to the Photos app for obvious reasons. Touch "Download Shortcut" and it will be added to the "Library" tab in the app.
Step 2: Select a photo to convert to a background
Click the No Notch Wallpaper shortcut from your "Library" list and the image app's image selector appears. Find a photo you want to convert to a background image and tap it – it can be a picture.
After a few seconds, No Notch Wallpaper will spit out a new design of the photo you selected with rounded edges and a surrounding black area. Below you can see the difference between the original wallpaper (left) and no-notch one (right). You can see a small watermark at the bottom of the hard, but you can't see it on the finished result, so don't worry.
If you select "Ready" on The rounded version of the image will ask you to save it, then press "OK" if it looks good to you. Alternatively, you can press the split icon at the top right and then "Save image" in a row of action extensions, but when you press "Done" to exit, you will still get the instant message to save, so it is easier to click on it. "Ready" initially for fewer overall cranes.
Step 4: Set the background block  Open the settings app, tap "Background", select "Choose a new wallpaper" and select the optimized image from your app in Photos. Alternatively, you can open the image in the Photos app, click the sub-icon and select the "Use as background" function.
The preview opens and you can see how the rounded edges and the black area blend in with the iPhone to hide the score. If you are ready to set the image as wallpaper, press "Set" and select either "Set Lock Screen", "Set Home Screen" or "Set Both." Whatever you do, just make sure "Still" is selected and not "Perspective".
Below you see how the background image looks on both the lock screen (left) and the start screen (right). The bottom rounded corners will hug the round corners of your iPhone while the top corners will be seen so that it doesn't just look like a big black status bar up there.
On the "Library" tab Shortcuts, either 3D Touch on the shortcut No Notch Wallpaper to peek and dive into the workflow or just press its ellipsis (•••) icon instead. Then touch the Settings icon at the top right and then select "Add Siri".
Now, either press the red recording button and speak the Siri phrase that you want to use for the shortcut or press "Type phrase" and print it if you have activated Type to Siri. A good Siri phrase would be "Create Background". When you are satisfied, click "Done" three times to finish.
When you want to change the background, just say "Hello Siri, create wallpaper" and the Image Selector screen will appear so you can get started