If you own an iPhone or iPad you now also own a U2 album!
On the 9th of September 2014 Apple marked the launch of the new iPhone 6 launch by slipping a copy of the Irish band's latest album into every account. This includes anybody with older models of iPhones and/or iPads - basically anyone with iTunes.
U2 and Apple joined forces and 'gifted' the album "Songs of Innocence", including 11 songs to everyone with an iTunes account - whether you want it or not.
Some people are insensed at this action dubbing it as an invasion of their privacy. Alternatively you could think of it as a leaflet dropped through your door - it's your choice whether to listen to it or bin it.
If you like U2, you could say It's a Beautiful Day and you could find Songs of Innocence a welcome addition to your songs.
If U2 is not to your taste you'll probably want to delete the album off your device. However it's not that straightforward.
How do I delete the free U2 album?
After a torrent of complaints Apple had to respond.