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iMac - New iMacs - sleep indicator light?


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The new iMacs seem to have no way to tell you if it's turned off or if it's sleeping. The white Intel iMacs would have the pulsing white light down in right corner when it was sleeping but the new ones don't seem to have anything like that.

I've just played with then at the store so maybe I'm missing something.

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are you sure ? that sounds stupid not to have some sort of light to let you know.
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Yeah, that's what I thought. Anyone own a new iMac that can tell us?

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I bought mine on Wednesday. No light. It's kinda frustrating.
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