Peeling mass quantities of apples has never been this fun. All you need is a little ingenuity.

If you've ever made a recipe that called for lots of peeled apples, then you have most likely glanced at your bushel of apples, filled with dread for the inevitable cramping that comes with gripping a peeler for extended periods of time. Luckily there's a way to expedite the process.
All you need is your trusty peeler and a power drill. As you hold the peeler to the surface of the apple, simply allow the drill to rotate the fruit for you. Of course, this method is dangerous, so please exercise extreme caution if you decide to try it for yourself. On, and don't forget the clean the drill bit thoroughly before sticking it into the apple's core.