Diskettes use yet another "megabyte" equal to 1024×1000 bytes.
Microsoft (2003-05-06). "Determining Actual Disk Size: Why 1.44 MB Should Be 1.40 MB". Article ID: 121839. Microsoft. Retrieved 2007-07-07. "The 1.44-megabyte (MB) value associated with the 3.5-inch disk format does not represent the actual size or free space of these disks. Although its size has been popularly called 1.44 MB, the correct size is actually 1.40 MB."
It just so happens that I was *right* in the *wrong context*. Dick.
In fact, it was confirmed that iPhones started leaving ZhengZhou on 9-15, the day after I posted that comment. The first of those should be arriving Friday (today, for those who paid for expedited shipping). You seem to think you're good at finding this type of information, so I'll leave that as an exercise for you; for everyone else who reads this, I suggest starting with the search term so generously provided by the AC I'm replying to.
For me, this U2 album comprises 50% of my iTunes music "purchases". That means, randomly clicking on a purchased album, there's a 50% chance I'm going to get this album that I don't want. Thanks, Apple.