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The band's manager Guy Oseary says, 'If someone doesn't like the gift, they should delete it,' and Apple has created a removal page to do just that.
After complaining about Apple's invasive marketing strategy and comparing it to herpes, the Odd Future leader says he finds the marketing move interesting.
U2's manager Guy Oseary doesn't confirm or deny the $100 million figure, but he says the band 'poured blood, sweat, tears into project.'
The album, which features productions from Danger Mouse, Paul Epworth and Ryan Tedder among others, will be available exclusively on iTunes until its official October 14 release date.
A rep has denied rumors suggesting that the band will perform a new single at a launching event next week and that their anticipated new album will be pre-loaded onto the new iPhone.
A rep for the band has denied previous reports saying the yet-to-be-titled album has been pushed back to 2015.
The rep for the Irish band says that the highly-anticipated new album 'is planned for this year [and] is still on track.'
The Irish band is spending more time in the studio to work with producers Ryan Tedder and Paul Epworth for their upcoming album.
The song, which serves as the soundtrack to 'Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom', is also nominated for Best Original Song at the awards show.
With Bank of America donating $1 for each song downloaded, the Irish band has generated more than $3 million to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.
U2's frontman, Bono, has explained that the new song will be featured in their new album but won't be the first single.
After being unveiled in a (RED) and Bank of America ad that will air on February 2, the Irish band's new song will be made available for free download on iTunes.
The Irish band, who plays together on a stage for the first time in four years, performs 'I Will Follow', 'Desire' and 'Vertigo' to guests like Michael Douglas, Gwyneth Paltrow and Idris Elba.
Golden Globes 2014: Jennifer Lawrence Is Best Supporting Actress, 'Ordinary Love' Wins Original SongJanuary 13, 2014 09:01:45
The 'American Hustle' actress brings home Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture trophy, while U2's 'Ordinary Love' for 'Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom' wins Best Original Song.
Bono and his bandmates, who left Island Records seven years ago, are 'going back to their spiritual home' after the label made a change in management.