Apple pulled out all the stops for its iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Apple Watch announcement the other day. They also invited long time Apple friends and users, U2. Apple and U2 teamed up to give every iTunes user a free copy of the bands latest album, Songs of Innocence.
Unfortunatley not every iTunes user was thrilled at Apple and U2’s exciting generosity. Many were furious that Apple was taking up their music space for more important things like, oh maybe Ylvis’s What Does The Fox Say.
Well Apple is listening and they’re ready to right the wrong they’ve committed by supplying users with a link that will remove the U2 album from their iTunes account with a click of a button. Just hit the iTunes logo below to get there.
Apple usually has some great marketing people but someone must have fallen asleep at the wheel on this one. At least Apple is taking heed of the complaints and doing something about it. This has got to make U2 feel a little bit dejected though, kidding, they’re a great band just not everyone’s cup of tea even if Tim Cook likes them. Let us know if this link takes care of your U2 woes!Source: Slashgear
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