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Apple has revived its U2-branded iPod, relaunching the all-black - front and back - machine using the 30GB fifth-generation video-capable version of the player. And just so it's not mistaken for a regular black iPod, the clickwheel's red - as per past U2 iPods - and the casing is made of stainless steel.

Apple said the player will ship with a voucher entitling the buyer to download 30 minutes' worth of U2 videos from the iTunes Music Store.

The new U2 iPod is available now for £239 in the UK and $329 in the US. ®

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