The Kindle Fire has been quite popular among tablet fans, especially those interested in budget slates. But it has not been without its issues. Amazon is now working on a software update that fixes many issues reported by Kindle Fire users. Amazon officials have told the New York Times that the upcoming Kindle Fire update will be released in less than two weeks. It will not only improve performance but will let Kindle Fire owners edit the list of recently used items on their home screen. As the Verge has reported, these updates will also improve the performance of Amazon Silk browser.
The Kindle Fire has generated a lot of buzz in the tech world in the past few months. Amazon will follow up on the original Kindle Fire with a 8.9 inch tablet in the Spring of 2012. We currently do not have any details on other features of the Kindle Fire 2.