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This guy is using the M1-powered MacBook Air as the 'world's biggest car key' to his Tesla

Apple's new M1 processor allows Macs to run iPhone apps, which is what Quinn Nelson did when he installed the Tesla app on his MacBook Air.

27/11/2020 2:02:00 AM

Apple 's new M1 processor allows Macs to run iPhone apps, which is what Quinn Nelson did when he installed the Tesla app on his MacBook Air.

Apple 's new M1 processor allows Macs to run iPhone apps, which is what Quinn Nelson did when he installed the Tesla app on his MacBook Air.

recently launched the new range of MacBooks, and of course, the headliner was the new M1 chip. More battery life, supposedly more power, and some interesting functionality—such as the ability to run iPhone and iPad apps directly on M1 Macs.This opens up a host of possibilities; for example, if you prefer the Twitter app for iPad, but you want to run it on your main workstation, it should run without too many issues. Developers of these mobile apps can choose to opt out of having their apps on the Mac App Store, but you can still manually download the IPA (iOS application) file and install it on an M1-powered Mac.

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Still waiting for Quinns review of that Macbook Air