the music history that was made. The free download is available until 13 October.
Datum: 11. September 2014 03:19
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BRISTOL City are one win away from making their best start to a league campaign since three points for a win was first introduced in the 1981-82 season.
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Saturday's 2-0 home win over Scunthorpe United saw the Robins go second in the League One table behind Peterborough, with an impressive points tally of 14 from their opening six games.
Gary Johnson's newly-promoted side emulated that achievement at the beginning of the 2007-08 season, their first in the Championship.
But Steve Cotterill's class of 2014 will go one better if City can defeat Doncaster Rovers at Ashton Gate next Saturday and make it 17 points from seven games, two more than Johnson's side managed six years ago.
Second-half goals from Aden Flint and substitute Greg Cunningham saw the Robins extend their unbeaten start to six games and expectant supporters are already allowing themselves to dream of a possible promotion campaign.
The location hadn't been used by Apple since the launch of the iMac in 1999, so we knew it was going to be a big one. But none of us expected Bono.
Tim Cook, Apple CEO, began by announcing the iPhone 6; then, confirming all rumours true, the larger iPhone 6 Plus. Next came Apple Pay, the new payment system incorporated into every new device. Finally - or so we thought - was the Apple Watch: a pioneering new device that will likely see wearable technology finally reach widespread adoption.
Over an hour and a half had passed and we, 500 or so journalists sitting at the back of Cupertino's Flint Center for the Performing Arts, thought it was time to wrap up. Until a drum kit was rolled on stage.
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U2 has over a decade's worth of history in collaboration with Apple, so it was entirely fitting to see the world's most famous band perform live with the world's most famous brand.
Belting out the brand new song 'The Miracle (Of Joey Ramone)', Bono and co. jumped on stage and executed the first single from the new album Songs Of Innocence with undeniable energy.
Then came the final surprise: Cook and Bono conversed on stage over the release of Songs Of Innocence, deliberating whether it was possible to instantly make it available across the globe. "U2's Songs Of Innocence is going out to half a billion people for free," announced Bono, before he counted down, "in five, four, three, two, one".
With the press of a button, U2's new album was launched on the iTunes store across 119 countries, making it freely available to the 500 million people with iTunes accounts. According to Cook, that makes it "the largest album release of all time" he said, confirming the music history that was made. The free download is available until 13 October.