Apple leaks and an apology from Bono

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CUPERTINO, California -- Apple is known for their big reveals. Just last month they spent a million bucks on a big white mystery box just to show off a new watch and a bigger iPhone. However, their newest reveal wasn't on purpose.

Apple accidentally posted screenshots of the new iPad Air and iPad Mini in the iTunes store before their official reveal.

Now, the curtain has officially been lifted from the new iPads, a new iMac and more.

In other Apple-related news, a U2 album was added to iTunes libraries around the world a few weeks ago. It really upset a lot of people who didn't want the new songs forced into their pockets.

U2 lead singer Bono actually apologized for the whole ordeal.

Bono said, "Sorry about that," and continued to say, "...there's a lot of noise out there. I guess we got a little noisy ourselves."

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