This week, Amazon announced that it is making a major move to bring the Kindle to ebook readers.
The e-reader has been a major success for Amazon and now the company is looking to add an iPad version as well.
It will have a 5-inch iPad mini, 5.5-inch Kindle Fire and a 4.7-inch e-ink iPad Pro.
The Kindle Fire HD 8.9 will also have an eBook reader.
It’s been a while since we’ve seen a Kindle launch, and it looks like it will finally arrive on shelves in early 2017.
The device will cost $399.99 with a $100 price tag.
It is compatible with the Kindle app and will support the company’s iBooks app.
It should be available this fall, although the exact date is not yet confirmed.
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