Intel today announced the early details of its future Ice Lake series of processors, which is the successor to the Intel Coffee Lake processor, which will be released next week.
It would not be normal to know that the details of such a chip announcement was so long that the company had revealed the early information of its codec.
Intel today confirmed that its Ice Lake series will be based on 10nm + architecture. The company notes that Ice Lake is the successor to the eighth-generation processor family. Ice Lake is the next generation of 14 nm Coffee Lake and 10nm Cannon Lake chips.
The current Intel processor used in Apple's newer MacBook product is Kaby Lake, which is a processor released earlier this year. At present, the Intel Kaby Lake processor uses the second generation 14nm process, and Coffee Lake will use the third generation 14nm process. Both Kaby Lake and Coffee Lake provide desktop and laptop versions, while the 10nm process Cannon Lake processor may only provide a laptop version, desktop computer version of the 10nm process processor also waiting for the arrival of Ice Lake.
It is reported that, Ice Lake processor will be equipped with the end of 2018 or early 2019 on the Mac computer, the specific time depends on whether the Intel 10-nanometer process will be improved.