UPDATE 11:34 AM EST: The spokeswoman for the band said, “They are not releasing their album on the iPhone, and they are not performing at the IPhone launch.”
Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s Sept. 9 event is expected to be a big one, not only because of the iPhone 6, but also due to the rumored release of U2’s upcoming album at the event. According to the Sunday Times, Samuel Beckett Bridge in Dublin was closed by a rock band for shooting a video that is expected to be in ties with Apple’s media event.
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Suspense over Apple and U2 connection
A hazy image of the video was revealed by music promoter Stephen Browne on Twitter, saying, “Looks like @U2 new album maybe preloaded on to iPhone 6. The focus of the ‘video’ on the bridge last week was a phone.”
Share Tibken from CNET added to the rumors on Twitter, saying that U2 frontman Bono might make a special appearance at the Sept. 9 event and perform. It is widely anticipated that the two-story setup by the company outside the Flint Center is a performance stage for the show.