When a good chunk of Apple users began to voice their disdain over the unexpected appearance of a new U2 album on their iPhones, the tech giant responded by creating a website that enabled users to remove the LP with just one click. But what if the pain and suffering caused by Bono didn’t end there? That’s the scenario conjured up by Conan O’Brien in a very funny sketch aired on tonight’s episode of his late-night show. Without giving too much away, the negative blowback actually works out in Apple’s favor.
Conan O’Brien spoofs Apple’s U2 removal service — watch
by Alex Young
on September 18, 2014, 10:48pm
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