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Our Stuart and Michelle took on Apple and called out the company’s creepiness regarding its automatic addition of the U2 album onto user’s iCloud accounts, which led to a rather heated comments exchange on Twitter and on our site, and no less Apple’s.
A few days following the angry tweets, complaints and comments, Apple offered a support website to guide people through wiping the album from both your account and computer, for good.
The anger quietened down and it gave the impression that things had settled. But TV host, Conan O’Brien, thinks this is not good enough, and he has thus figured a way to completely remove all traces of the band from your memory. The method is called “eRase U2”.
For U2 fans who rather not take the chance, we frankly, think you should live a little closer to The Edge. But for those who share Conan’s feelings, watch the video below for a step-by-step “eRase U2” guide.