Despite how edgy and "punk rock" U2 thinks burdening millions of iPhones with its latest album was, there was still enough public outcry for Apple to create a custom tool to get that "music" off a user's device. But did Apple go far enough? Conan thinks it shouldn't have stopped at just getting U2 off your phone.
He instead proposes that Apple should have created an "eRase U2" service that has iPhone users and iTunes customers undergoing treatments that erase all memories of U2 and their music from their brains. But is it really a service for Apple's loyal customers, or just another brilliant marketing scheme cooked up by Tim Cook and Bono? [YouTube via The Verge]