A YouTuber tried sending an AirTag to Elon Musk in SpaceX HQ and Tim Cook at the Apple Park in Cupertino. He even went on to send another one to North Korea, but only Apple did care to make a response with a piece of letter.
The YouTube channel that goes by the name MegaLag attempted to send AirTags specifically to the Apple CEO, Tim Cook, and Tesla and SpaceX Chief Executive, Elon Musk.
The YouTuber further explained in his video that he wanted to track the parcel that he was sending using the Apple technology, which is meant to keep track of the user's belongings.
Meanwhile, to send the AirTag to North Korea, he had to find out if there is a way to forward a parcel to the country, and thankfully DHL in Germany, where the content creator resides, still transport to the Asian country.
As per 9to5Mac, the AirTags has been involved in numerous amusing stories since it was first introduced by the Cupertino giant on April 30. For instance, the Apple AirTag helped the Boston Police to recover a bike that was stolen.
iPhone in Canada further added that since then, some folks have already tried using the Apple device to track the mail that they have sent to other people on the other side of the world.
YouTuber's AirTag to Elon Musk
The AirTag sent by MegaLag to Elon Musk in SpaceX in Hawthorne, California, stayed in the headquarters for two weeks before being sent to a recycling facility.
So, it turns out that the staff of the SpaceX boss seemingly decided to throw it away to the metal scraping yard, which became the last found location of the Apple device.
YouTuber's Airtag to North Korea
During the first attempt of the content creator to send a parcel to North Korea, DHL mistakenly shipped it to South Korea. The shipping company had to inform MegaLag after two weeks that it has lost the item he sent.
As such, MegaLag decided to ship another AirTag to North Korea.
However, later on, DHL realized that they sent the first one to the wrong "Korea." Thus, eventually sending the two parcels to the North country. But still, the Apple devices were held in Beijing as North Korea stopped receiving mail from other locations due to the COVID-19.
On the flip side, the AirTag for Tim Cook successfully arrived in the Apple headquarters, which stayed there for about six weeks until it was interestingly sent back to Germany.
The parcel returned with a letter from the staff of the Apple boss, saying that they were "delighted to hear about creative uses for AirTags."
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Written by Teejay Boris