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MacBook Pro - I discovered a new button


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Just recently I discovered a new button on the lower left side of my Macbook Pro. It is a small circular button that when pressed produces a series of green lights. Anyone know what this is? Something to do with wireless network?
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That is your battery charge status.

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lol... yeah it tells you how much battery power you have left... so you don't have to power on to check how much battery u have.

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Oh ok. Thanks.
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lol... yeah it tells you how much battery power you have left... so you don't have to power on to check how much battery u have.
It's on the left side (as opposed to the bottom in previous MB and MBP generations) so you don't have to flip your Mac over to see it.
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lol... yeah it tells you how much battery power you have left... so you don't have to power on to check how much battery u have.
I'm a bit new to mac, and decided to convert from windows "officially."
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