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Apple, U2, Songs of Innocence and Ireland.

September 9, 2014


During Apple September 9, 2014 Special Event, Apple CEO and U2 frontman Bono announced that “Songs of Innocence“, latest record from U2 will be made available to all iTunes user accounts.

The fine prints:

Songs of Innocence is available from September 9 to 11:59 p.m. PDT through October 13 in the 119 countries with the iTunes Store. Available to active iTunes Store account holders who are 13 years or older (or the minimum age in each jurisdiction).

The whole album magically appeared in the Music App.


According to reports, Apple is paying an undisclosed amount of money to U2 for this arrangement to happen.

Apple can easily pay the ridiculous amount of money for this album to give away. Considering that Apple has a lot of cash outside the United States thanks to its office in Ireland. By the way, U2 is also from Ireland. Bono is now swimming in tons of cash.

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