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The case of the vanished iSight indicator

Ryan Block
October 28, 2006
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As some of our more astute and early-adopting readers have pointed out, new MacBook Pros have achieved another delectably admissible landmark in the stylish machine's symmetrical form. The iSight indicator -- the green LED that lets you know when your integrated camera is activated -- has now been integrated directly into the bezel. No more visible dot in the aluminum to constantly distract you from absolutely nothing; trust us, it's there underneath. Besides, it's not like Apple really wants to surreptitiously watch you read Engadget all day anyway.

[Thanks, Dan & everyone who sent this in]



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