Last week, Apple generously gifted all iTunes users a copy of U2’s latest album, Songs of Innocence, whether they wanted it or not. Irked users took to Twitter to complain about Apple’s heavy-handed marketing.
Today, Apple released a website created specifically to help users delete the U2 album after user backlash. The site features a brief explanation about how to delete it, warning users that deleting the album is permanent. Clicking the Remove Album button on the page requires you to log in to delete the album.
For those who already downloaded the album from iCloud to their computer or phone, you’ll have to manually delete the album from each device.
If you want to delete U2’s album from your iTunes account, click the source link below.
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