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In honor of the 12th birthday of iTunes, Ars Technica Senior Apple Editor Jacqui Cheng has published a photographic family tree of sorts showing the app (and its predecessor SoundJam) through its various incarnations.

It's an amazing trip down memory lane and demonstrates how even how the iTunes 11 MiniPlayer owes a bit of its design to the SoundJam app of pre-OS X days.

What was the first version of iTunes you remember using? I managed to hold out until iTunes 2, which I used with my first iPod. Leave your favorite (or least-favorite) iTunes memory in the comments.

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