It wasn’t long ago that the most entertainment you could get on a turbo trainer was staring at the garage door. Ok, that might be stretching it, but there’s never been so many options for cyclists who use a turbo to spice up their training, with Zwift’s virtual reality platform among the most popular.
Now Zwift is set to become much more accessible with the launch of an iOS version for iPhone and iPad users, with the beta release scheduled for this month before a full launch some time in the winter. Until now you have needed to run Zwift through a Mac or PC, but the iOS launch will enable users to access the app through any compatible Apple smartphone or tablet. Pricing will be same as for a Mac and PC at £8 (or $10) per month.