Without mincing words: Sinéad O'Connor criticized the "invasive" attitude of U2 when uploading to user accounts iTunes his recent album 'Songs of Innocence', as part of a campaign with which Apple promoted its iPhone6 and the AppleWatch smartwatch. The Irish woman in dialogue with the Daily Mail newspaper said that the band had tried to "force people who did not want the album."
“What they did with iTunes was an almost terrorist movement. I'm not really a fan of U2 and I think the attitude was invasive. It was bad management.
La vocalist He went on to say that “the funny thing was the guy who came up with the application that removes U2 disk from people's computers. Made a fortune apparently.
Recall that U2 He surprised his followers with the surprise launch of his latest album for free through iTunes, which was distributed by Apple through its iTunes platform to 500 million users in 119 countries. A few days ago, Bono apologized to users for making the decision to download his work automatically, and stated that he incurred "a drop of megalomania, a touch of generosity, and a pinch of self-promotion."
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Via | NME