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Apple has officially discontinued the iPod, marking the end of an incredible 21-year run.

Apple said it will continue to sell its current iPod touch until supplies last.

After that, Apple music fans will have to access their tunes from the tech giant’s multitude of other devices including iPhone, iPad, Mac and its HomePod Mini.

Here’s how the world’s best-selling MP3 player has grown, shrunk and developed since its launch.

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