American business executive and industrial engineer Tim Cook does not feel diffident to regard himself as a gay. However, he prefers to keep his personal life confined.

The  Alabama native is the Chief Executive Officer of a popular American multinational technology company Apple Inc. Tim was the Chief Operating Officer of the company under its founder, late Steve Jobs.

Tim takes coding lessons to the students at the Apple's Eaton Centre store in Toronto in January 2018. (Photo:

Tim began his professional venture in the field of computer technology. He worked in the IBM's Personal Computer business, where he later became the North American fulfillment director. After spending 12 years in the company, Tim joined Intelligent Electronics being the chief operating officer of its Reseller Division in 1994. Later, he was hired as vice president of corporate materials by the Compaq Computer Corporation in 1997. 

After serving for six months, Tim joined Apple and began to work in early 1998. He regards the decision to join Apple as a "most significant discovery so far in my life."  Tim served in his first position as Senior Vice President for worldwide operations. He was promoted to lead operations in 2007 and was promoted to Chief Executive in 2009.

In 2011, he was appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer of Apple Inc. after Steve resigned and became the board's chairman. He serves as the board of directors after the death of Steve from cancer in 2011.

The Apple CEO was born on 1st November 1960 to parents Donald and Geraldine Cook. He is accompanied by two brothers in a family. He was enrolled with the degree of Master of Business Administration in 1988 from the Duke University's Fuqua School of Business.

Tim is one of the high-profile personalities to announce publicly as a gay. He also stated about his relationship status in an event.

Tim Cook's Gay Revelation To Stealthy Partner

Tim first came out as gay writing in a magazine Bloomberg Businessweek in October 2014. He stated his sexuality as one of the 'greatest gifts God has given him.' He does not feel bashful to support same-sex marriage.

However, he is yet to unveil his decision to get married. Back in August 2015, the former CEO of Cisco, John Chambers asked him about his thoughts on getting married. In reply, Tim said that he couldn't talk about marriage much as it needs two partners to be in a relationship.

It looks like Tim is still in a search for his perfect boyfriend to establish the relationship.