How to delete an unwanted U2 album
Well, help is at hand.
As not everyone is a massive fan, or even occasional fans, who might have liked a few numbers by the hitmakers once upon a time but that moment has been obliterated by Bono being Bono and his band's increasingly desperate attempts to remain a colossal thing and all that avoiding tax lark, you might need help in deleting their new album.
If the panto phishing business seemed bad, to some, this felt like a home invasion. Well anyway. Calm down.
Go to your music, select albums, mainly 'Songs of Innocence', and then swipe each track to reveal the delete option.
To remove it from your iPhone or iPad, go to Music and switch off “Show all Music”. This way you won’t see any tracks that aren't actually on your iOS device.
This is quite informative if you've ever drunkenly bought something several years ago like, for instance, Kate Nash's 'Foundations', and you were horrified when the cloud shoved it onto your new laptop.
So there you have it. And well done to those of you who already knew how to delete the U2 album and crowed about how much you didn't care about the whole stunt on Twitter to your 32 followers.