Several early reviews of the M1-based MacBook focused on the battery life, speed and temperature of the computer compared to its predecessors and other brands in the market.
However, as often happens within days of first impressions, other analysts are focusing on very specific tests, and often even ridiculous.
For example, Quinn Nelson, creator of the YouTube channel Snazzy Labs, experimented how the Tesla app works on your Mac M1
Biggest Tesla Key Has Apple’s M1 Chip
One of the features that allows the new M1 processor it runs iPhone and iPad applications.
Developers can choose not to offer their apps on the Mac App Store, but that doesn’t prevent people from downloading the actual IPA file to their Mac M1 and run any iPhone or iPad app on a laptop. Exactly what Nelson did.
As you can see in the video that the famous youtuber posted on his Twitter account
I have the world’s biggest car key and the world’s dumbest use for a Mac M1. pic.twitter.com/oSqvVZHh1p
– Quinn Nelson (@SnazzyQ) November 23, 2020
The test confirmed one of the possibilities of the new M1 processor, but it is stupid, as Nelson himself described it, given the limited convenience of controlling a vehicle from a computer.
“I have the biggest car key in the world and the world’s dumbest use for a Mac M1.”