Apple HQ suicide victim has been identified

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Apple may as well run Cupertino. Photo: Benjamin Feenstra
Tragic death at Apple headquarters was 25-year-old software engineer Edward Mackowiak.
Photo: Benjamin Feenstra

The tragic death at Apple’s 1 Infinite Loop headquarters this week has been identified by police as 25-year-old software engineer Edward Thomas Mackowiak.

Police were called to Apple’s HQ at 8.35am on Wednesday, along with paramedics. Mackowiak was discovered dead in a conference room, reportedly as the result of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Investigators have revealed that “no foul play” was involved, and that this was an “isolated incident.”

Dead body found at Apple HQ prompts investigation

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There's reportedly been a death at Apple HQ.
There's reportedly been a death at Apple HQ.
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The Santa Clara County Sheriff’s office is reportedly investigating a dead body that was found at Apple’s headquarters this morning in one of the company’s conference rooms.

Details on the investigation are limited at this time and it is not known if the death is suspicious or if it resulted from natural causes.

Take a virtual tour of (half of) Tim Cook’s office

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Tim Cook's office has more Easter eggs than a Marvel movie.
Photo: ABC News/"World News Tonight with David Muir"

We don’t know if Apple head Tim Cook’s office got a good going-over before ABC News stopped by last night, but we like to think that it’s always that tidy.

The CEO appeared on World News Tonight to discuss privacy and the company’s ongoing conflict with the FBI, but it was significant for another reason. And both Cook and anchor David Muir couldn’t help but point it out.

“Thanks for having us in your office,” Muir said. “I don’t think we’ve ever done an interview in your office before.”

“I’m not sure I’ve ever done an interview in the office,” Cook replied.

So what does the head of Apple keep handy when he’s hard at work? A lot of cool stuff, actually.

Apple’s new Company Store will actually sell iPhones, iPads, and Macs

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Belgium's Apple Store is one of the first to bear Jony Ive's imprint.
Belgium's Apple Store is one of the first to bear Jony Ive's imprint.
Photo: Bruno Dalimonte/macplus.net

For the first time ever, Apple fans will soon be able to buy an Apple device directly from the company’s Cupertino headquarters.

Apple’s Company Store at 1 Infinite Loop is set to reopen this weekend, and along with selling special products like shirts, jackets, mugs, pens, the Company Store will now stock iPhones, iPads, and Macs for visitors to purchase.