Have you ever downloaded any ebook to your iPad before? If so, just follow the same procedure. You buy your own book just as you buy any book. Yes, you have to pay for it, but you get a sales bump and get your royalties on the purchase.
Or have you never bought an ebook? You start by downloading the "reading app" for the iPad, from the book's product page. Then there's a link "buy now." If you still can't figure it out, call Apple, and they should be able to talk you through it. Good luck!
I bet they don't!
Apple have their own iBooks. They will provide support for their iBooks. But, they will to provide support for Kindle downloads.
Kindle is an amazon app. Not Apples.
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Mixus is correct. Apple will not provide an iota of support for any Amazon product. I have a client that spent 5 hours on the phone with them, during which they insisted that we'd given him a corrupted file--which was completely wrong. The client continuously drag-dropped a LINK to his file--as opposed to the actual file--to his desktop from Gmail. Of course, that wouldn't load to Kindle Previewer. Did Apple bother to find out if the guy was actually downloading a file? No. They sat there using up his nickels, perfectly content. They didn't help him one iota.
And, yes: of course we did. To the point of booting up a spare Mac in our office, emailing the file to my own spare Gmail account, and then making a movie to show him how to download the file and open it, as he apparently refused to read the instructions I'd sent him more than once.
You've been warned.
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