Mac OS X 10.7.1, the first update of Mac OS X Lion, was released by Apple Tuesday, fixing several tiny bugs from it recently released Lion operating system.

The update is a 17.4MB download that is available through Software Update. According to Apple, the Mac OS X 10.7.1 solves many bug issues with unstable WiFi, a non responsive playback feature on the Safari browser, user accounts that had missing administration information, halting audio functions related to HDMI and optical audio out, transferring data, settings, and application compatibility with new Macs running OS X Lion.

Besides the Mac OS X Lion updates, the 2011 MacBook Air also enjoyed some fixes for a boot up issue that occurred when connectors such as Mac Safe was attached. Flickering display issues were also resolved.

The Mac mini also got a fix for its problem regarding an SD card slot performing at slow speeds.

Mac OS X 10.7.1 is available on a USB drive for $69. Last month, the released Mac OS X Lion was downloadable on the Mac App Store for $29.99.