Today Apple sends out EFI Firmware Update 2.1 to MacBook Air in order to bring improvements and fix some issues on the latest models of MacBook Air. This updates fixes the issues related to recovery of Mac OS X Lion over internet and makes MacBook Air compatible for the upcoming Thunderbolt display.
July was the month in which Apple released Mac OS X Lion through its Mac App Store. Later on this new OS was also released in USB flash drives which costs $69.99 whereas the downloading of OS X Lion from App Store costs you only $29.99. The USB stick loaded with OS X Lion is also sold with all new models of MacBook Air.
With the new 5.3 update Skype brings support for HD video calling on your Mac, along with official support for the new Mac OS X Lion. Users can now indulge in high definition video calling in full HD glory, which is a welcome feature for those who desired for a more refined experience. Tweaks to user interface and regular bug fixes are amongst the changes that the update brings.