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U2 Announces Releases New Album 'Songs of Innocence' Free On iTunes

At the end of Apple's iPhone 6 event on Tuesday, U2 announced that a surprise album 'Songs of Innocence' would be available for free on iTunes.

Calling it the "largest album release of all time," Apple CEO Tim Cook touted that it would be available to the more than 500 million half a billion iTunes customers immediately.

'Songs of Innocence' is U2's first album in five years. It will be available for free until October 13, when the physical version of the album is released.

The announcement came after U2 performed at the event. Cook also revealed that the hands in the new iPhone 6 ads belonged to Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon.

September 10, 2014 |

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