by Joe White
September 9, 2013
Kindle iOS app users looking to update to Apple's incoming iOS 7 should update their application now. Amazon published an update for Kindle for iOS recently, explaining in the app's release notes that version 3.9.2 is "required" for the seventh iteration of Apple's mobile operating system. Failure to update the application accordingly could result in problems with one's account details and downloaded e-books. As outlined in the app's release notes:
This is a fix for a Kindle issue with the upcoming iOS 7 OS upgrade that may cause customers to have to re-register and re-download books from Amazon. Please download and install - this is a required update before upgrading to iOS 7.Apple is expected to release iOS 7 after announcing its next-generation iPhone handsets on Sept. 10. Though exactly when the highly anticipated iOS 7 will reach customers, however, remains unknown. Kindle for iOS can be downloaded in the App Store free of charge, and is optimized for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Check out the new application now, or for more of our recent news, see: It's Official: Apple's iPhone 5 Has Been Jailbroken Under iOS 6.1.4, The Final Season Of "Breaking Bad" Results In Class-Action Lawsuit Against Apple, and New Concept Brings The Purported iPhone 5S Home Button To Life.