Wednesday morning, after a short downtime of the Apple Store, has revealed three main upgrades to their line of products. The Mac Mini has added Thunderbolt connections and improvements under the hood. The Macbook Air has similiar tech enhancements, adding a backlit keyboard.
Both machines ship with Mac OS X 10.7 Lion, which is now available in the App Store.
Both the Mac Mini and Macbook Air upgrades come after weeks of speculation, and feature standard spec upgrades alongside the physical changes that come with a Thunderbolt port and backlit keyboard, in the Air's category. Neither feature major design revisions or price-point changes. OS X Lion came in the month of July, as promised.