Forcing Users To Download The New U2 Album Wasn’t Bad Enough, Now Apple Is Taking Things Way Too Far

by 4 years ago
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Apple sent the new U2 album, Songs of Innocence, to every iTunes library on the planet. People were pissed. And rightfully so.

Until yesterday, users were forced to keep the album in their library. People got super, super pissed. Apple was forced to launch a website explaining how to get U2 off their damn phones and out of their music library.

Apple has moved on to plan B. They’re sending U2 to every house in the world. It started this morning, with my house. Here’s what happened.

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If U2 shows up at your house do not open the door. Call the police immediately. Hide your cat.


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