The premium look and feel appears on most Kindles released since 2015.
Amazon Kindle e-readers receive new software updates constantly and are more invisible than most "performance improvements". But the latest firmware update (version 5.13.7) is currently in the works and the device interface will be updated for the first time since 2016. Amazon says a redesign of the home page and library pages, which have largely remained the same in the current Kindle update, will be available "in later this year."
Software updates that enable the new interface began in August, but because Kindles only install updates automatically when they're downloaded and connected to Wi-Fi, it takes weeks or months. Installed it last weekend). To help you navigate the changes, the gallery above provides a brief overview of everything that has changed.Read more Browse Kindle Paperwhite 2018: a premium e-reader at an affordable price
New updates are available on most Kindles released in 2015 or later, including the Kindle Paperwhite, 8th, 9th, and 10th generation Kindle Oasis Standard Kindle 8th and 10th Gen. Older "seventh generation" Kindle devices such as Kindle Voyage 2014 appear to be unsupported. If your Kindle won't install the update, the link above gives you manual installation instructions.
The new update does not address the Amazon Kindle's confusing naming scheme, which groups different devices into "generations". Which are numbered according to roughly when they were released, not based on what generation of the product they actually are. The "tenth generation" Paperwhite is actually the fourth Paperwhite released by Amazon. But now you can go to the device info page and see which Kindle you're using instead of guessing.
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