Say what you will about the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Apple Watch - the thing we're still talking almost a week later is the U2 album "gifted" to the iTunes masses following September 9's reveal.
Bad music aside what really irked people was the fact the album, Songs of Innocence, appeared on their iTunes accounts without any user consent whatsoever. After a weekend of complaints and claims Apple is killing music, the Cupertino company finally got the picture that not everyone wants Bono warbling in their ear.
So, to stem the tide of pissed-off users, Apple has come up with a way for them to banish Songs of Innocence from their music library and iTunes purchases for good. They even created a dedicated SOI Removal page to get you started.
Head to the page and click Remove Album. After entering your log-in details, the tracks will flutter away for good. You won't be able to re-download it as a previous purchase afterward, so make sure you really want Songs gone before going through with it.
Thankfully, if you realize you've made a horrible mistake you can still re-order SOI for free through October 13. This time, though, you'll actually have a choice in the matter.
Maybe U2's album would sound better through a pair of Astro Gaming A38 headphones