They say you should never look a gift horse in the mouth, and generally that's pretty good advice. But iTunes users have taken the proverbial look, and now they're in an uproar.
When rock superstars U2 performed live at the unveiling of Apple's latest line of products on Tuesday, Apple announced that it is giving U2's new album to iTunes users almost a month before the album goes on sale. What customers didn't know was that this "gift" came with a troubling twist.
Apple boss Tim Cook and U2's Bono seem pretty excited about the release of U2's new album "Songs of Innocence," but that feeling isn't shared by many iTunes users who suddenly lost a ton of storage on their phones. The reason why soon became apparent.