Don’t you just love leaks? Without leaks we wouldn’t have this lovely release schedule for Intel’s 2015 products that details when the company will be releasing processors based on its Skylake micro-architecture. The leaks also suggest that Intel doesn’t intend to bring Broadwell to standard desktops this year, preferring instead to stick with all-in-ones.
Intel has sprung a leak again, and this time it’s a graphic depicting the company’s busy and complex 2015 release schedule. The information, published on the Chinese-language version of VR-Zone, indicates the planned 2015 releases are on schedule. The leaked information suggests that the next release will be Broadwell for desktops, albeit chips that target all-in-ones rather than full blown desktops. That will be followed by Skylake, which will hit mobile first, followed shortly by desktops in chips that target TDPs as high as 95 watts.
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