Apple's last ever update of iChat AV for Mac OS X Jaguar (10.2.5 or later) is now available for £20.

The video conferencing software, which has been available as a free beta version since it was announced in June, enables high-quality, full-screen, video conferencing between two Macs over any broadband connection. The software works with any FireWire video camera or with Apple's iSight digital-video camera.

Although iSight was designed to work with the software, iChat AV is not included in the box. iSight owners running Jaguar wishing to update from the beta version, which runs out in December, will need to part with more cash. iChat AV ships free with Mac OS X 10.3 Panther.

To video conference with iChat AV users require OS X v10.2.5, a G5, G4 or G3 processor at 600MHz or faster, iSight or any FireWire-based video camera, DSL, or other broadband Internet connection (100Kbps or better).