After more than twenty years, Apple is discontinuing its iconic iPod.
The device was once the face of portable music and a driving force behind the one of the world's biggest companies.
According to Apple on Tuesday, the only version of the device still on sale, the iPod Touch, will remain on shelves until supplies run out.
Since its launch in 2001, the iPod took on a storm of competing music players before being eclipsed by smartphones, music streaming and the rise of the iPhone.
Since its launch, the iPod has undergone a series of transformations, including the introduction of a scroll wheel, increased capacity to 1-thousand songs, and a 10-hour battery-life.