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Go into the app store on your iPad, and search for Ereader. Then download. If it isn't available for iPad 1 gen, then you can't get it. You would have to jailbreak your iPad, and that is not advisable.
Depends, When you have an iPad first generation, you can't update to iOS 6. All other iPads can upgrade to iOS 8.0.
In the few years your iPad is around, the processors are much faster. There is more internal memory and so on. Please to avoid you can't upgrade your next iPad, don't buy a second or third generation.
If you have a newer iPad than the first generation, just goto settings, general, an then the second line from the top says software update. Press that one. Your iPad will look if any update is available, and suggest to download and install it.
But the best way to upgrade, is connecting the iPad to iTunes and click on the name of the iPad on the left side in the menu, then click on upgrade.
- the iPad first generation is only able to run iOS 5 due to a slow processor.
For the iPad first generation (A1219) before iOS 5 to update is only possible with connecting the device to iTunes on a computer. Plug it into your computer and open up itunes under devices click on your ipad and then click on check for update.
- but this model supports only iOS 5
- NO iOS 6/7/8 !