YouTuber proves Apple’s new Mac Pro would not actually grate cheese that great

Since Apple first announced its new version in the form of cheese grater on the Mac Pro, one question has been on everyone's mind: how well would the Mac Pro work like a cheese grater over $ 6,000? Fortunately, we no longer have to wait, thanks to YouTube, Winston Moy, who went and mechanized a replica of Apple's new Mac Pro chassis to answer the question once and for all.

As expected, it does not do a great job, which makes sense since the Mac Pro is not remotely designed to grate cheese. It is designed to vent air from inside the Mac Pro, not to convert hard cheeses into grated pieces to adorn a pasta dish.

But what Moy's video highlights is the level of detail and the difficulty that Apple is tuning. Mac Pro Grills. It takes considerable effort to get closer to Apple's design on a much smaller scale, which helps put into perspective the level of engineering involved in creating the chassis for the actual computer.

However, even if our collective Mac Dreams of professional cheese grid have died in an early death, there is some consolation: Moy continues to prove that the design is an excellent support for a bar of soap.

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