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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

MacBook Pro - 13 inch


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hey guys.... i think im noticing that my LED light changes (not manually) but based on the environment's lighting. when the room light's on, the LED light gets greater/brighter. Am i crazy? or is this a malfunction? or supposed to happen?

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hey guys.... i think im noticing that my LED light changes (not manually) but based on the environment's lighting. when the room light's on, the LED light gets greater/brighter. Am i crazy? or is this a malfunction? or supposed to happen?

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There is a light sensor that changes when the light around changes, its another way apple is trying to save power an battery life.
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Go into "Preferences system",
then "Display",
de-tick automatically adjust or not
I'm French, so hope you'll have understood my "de-tick"
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