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It looks like Garmin’s new version of CIQ will hit the streets soon with v2.4. Here’s a nice chart from Garmin with some annotations from me. The chart shows which devices support CIQ 2.4 as of 18Nov2017.
Once CIQ2.4 been rolled out to all “Biker Monkey” devices it will be time for the Running Watches to be able to download and run the Running Power app (probably a few more weeks time). Because running power is for running. Right?
Oh. Wait a minute. That must mean that the ForeRUNNER 230 and the ForeRUNNER 235 and the ForeRUNNER 630 won’t support RUNning power as they all have the old v1 of CIQ. That’s a bit of an oversight 😉 Actually the ForeRUNNER 735XT won’t get it either as it lacks a bit of internal hardware (barometer).
- Q: So that means the Running Power app will just work on the Fenix 5 range before Christmas?
- A: Yep. (vivoactive 3 too)
Hmmmm. What else could happen?
Suggestions below. I’m stumped. But ‘whatever might happen’ it won’t clash with Black Friday/Cyber Monday. And you’d have thought that whatever could happen, should happen before Christmas. I’ll have to go and think about it. Actually I’m going to listen to a few Christmas jingles on my Fitbit Ionic….that’s a sports watch that can be used for running but also plays onboard music. It would be good if Garmin could do that too. Maybe they’ll release a Forerunner 644 or Forerunner 646? Perhaps one with music and one without? Nah. That DEFINATELY won’t happen.
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