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'60 Minutes' Goes Inside Apple HQ for a Peek at the Apple Store of the Future

There's a look inside Jony Ive's design studio, too.

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TV interviewer Charlie Rose takes viewers inside Apple’s store of the future, with retail chief Angela Ahrendts acting as tour guide and increasingly camera-friendly narrator.

The “60 Minutes” segment, to air at 7:30 pm Sunday, gains access to Jony Ive’s “secret” design studio at Apple’s Cupertino headquarters. It also gives Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook a platform to discuss encryption, corporate taxes and manufacturing products in China.

Here’s a tease of what the program will look like, courtesy of the nice folks at CBS who’d like you to tune in.

 ’60 Minutes’ interviewer Charlie Rose talks with Apple retail chief Angela Ahrendts inside its mock store.
’60 Minutes’ interviewer Charlie Rose talks with Apple retail chief Angela Ahrendts inside its mock store.
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 ’60 Minutes’ interviewer Charlie Rose chats with Apple design guru Jony Ive.
’60 Minutes’ interviewer Charlie Rose chats with Apple design guru Jony Ive.
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This article originally appeared on Recode.net.