This Just In, You May Now Cook Eggs Using Your New MacBook Pro

Photo by YouTube/randomfrankp

Apple devices are very stylish, no doubt about that. These things would never have had clones if they weren’t so popular and elegant. However, despite how beautiful they are, their tradeoff seems to be their cooling capability, particularly for the MacBook. The newest MacBook Pro is apparently hotter than usual, and not in a positive way you technophiles.

The tech giant has just recently released their new Apple i9 MacBook Pro. It features the legendary i9 processor tier from Intel and while this is enough to make any Apple fan drool, the device is already gaining notoriety for having very hot temperatures during operations. Of course, this is assuming that the users are maxing out the processors, which can happen during heavy multimedia tasks such as video editing, etc.

So one person had a brilliant light bulb moment and decided to test if the new MacBook would be hot enough to cook an egg. The answer is yes and no, we’ll get to the specifics later, but first, watch how it was done, courtesy of YouTuber randomfrankp. Here is the video:

As you can see, a video rendering session can make the MacBook Pro as hot as 99 degrees Celcius, that is just one point below the boiling point of water. Now, as for the egg, they only usually require 65-degrees and some time to be cooked. Based on the video, the egg was not fully cooked, but only because the temperature evened out. Had the heat stayed constant for a longer time, the egg could have been cooked. It turns out, the surface of MacBooks are not the best conductors of heat, the egg also probably helped cool the device.

Photo by YouTube/randomfrankp

So there you have it, though we do recommend still cooking eggs in pans instead of a MacBook Pro.

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