As CEO of Apple, Tim has overseen the development and introduction of some of the world’s most innovative products and services, from breakthrough advances in Apple silicon to the creation of the most powerful lineup of iPhone, Mac, iPad, and Apple Watch, to the launch of services like Apple TV+ and Fitness+.
Tim has led with a deep commitment to advancing Apple’s values, from ensuring Apple’s products are built to empower everyone to creating Apple’s Racial Equity and Justice Initiative to increase economic empowerment, reform the criminal justice system, and create more educational opportunities. Carrying forward Apple’s commitment to privacy as a fundamental human right, Apple has introduced features that allow users to decide for themselves whether they want to be tracked across apps and websites. Tim is deeply committed to fighting climate change and protecting the environment, and Apple powers its global facilities with 100 percent renewable energy and is helping its entire supply chain do the same.
Apple has ranked #1 on Fortune’s World’s Most Admired Companies for the past sixteen years, including each year Tim has been CEO.
Tim earned a BS in industrial engineering from Auburn University and an MBA from Duke University, graduating as a Fuqua Scholar in 1988.