Kindle Fire update expected to kill performance killers
It has been just about a month for the Kindle Fire being released to the market and the owners are expected to release a software update to address some performance issue. Some of the users are complaining with an issue regarding the Wi-Fi networks and the internet as it feels quite slow, an irregular scrolling and inefficient application.
Amazon is planning a software update to address the customer concern. Drew Herdener, Amazon spokesman told The New York Times as in less than two weeks they are rolling out an update to Kindle Fire. The update is also expected to address privacy issues, along with navigation sluggishness. But he did not mention whether the update would address other customer’s complaints or not.
The Kindle Fire also touted as the iPad killer was released on 14th of November is estimated to have sold around 2 million units. Although it has been plagued by performance complaints from some of its owners.
Some of the Android tablet owners have also complained that they are having issues with connecting the device with their Wi-Fi networks, while others say they are able to connect to their routers however are unable to access the Internet. There also a few complaints of lack of privacy on the device’s Operating System.
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