Steve Jobs was Type O (minus, probably).
Tim Cook is said to be the same blood type, so he must be Type O.
Apple's Tim Cook offered liver to dying boss Steve Jobs - BBC.com
Mr Cook found out that he, like Steve Jobs, had a rare blood type, and guessed that it might be the same.
According to the book, he went through a series of tests and discovered that a partial liver transplant was feasible.
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Steve Jobs was Type O (minus, probably). Tim Cook is said to be the same blood type, so he must be Type O. Apple's Tim Cook offered l...
According to a website Answers.com , he is Type O+.
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