Apple has released an official tool to make Bono gone-zo.
The company has created an entire support site that shows iTunes users how to remove U2’s new album, “Songs of Innocence,” from their libraries.
This comes after Apple announced (on Sept. 9th, 2014) that it was giving away the Irish rock group’s new album to all 500 million of its iTunes customers. CEO Tim Cook, broke the news alongside the group’s lead singer at Apple’s iPhone 6 launch and called it “the largest album release of all time.” Within five seconds, the album automatically loaded into every single iTunes user’s library… but many iTunes users were left saying ‘No thanks’!!!!
If you’re ready to remove that U2 album (stat!) click HERE.
FYI: The free album release/download deal was rumored to have cost Apple around $100 million. Ouch.