If Apple’s removal tool for U2 album Songs of Innocence didn’t go quite far enough for you, Conan O’Brien has a solution.
Apple earned the ire of its users earlier this month by placing the album in 500 million iTunes users’ accounts without their permission; so many complaints followed that Apple was forced to release a removal tool to erase the uninvited album.
For some users, though, that’s not enough. Can’t Apple erase all memory of the album ever having been in their account, or, better yet, any memory of U2 ever existing at all?
As it turns out, yes! Apple can do exactly that, according to this hilarious Conan O’Brien clip…