Intel ships 7th generation Kaby Lake processors

Intel is shipping its new Kaby Lake processors to manufacturers, CEO Brian Krzanich said during the company’s recent earnings call.

Devices using the new generation of Core chips should become available in the coming months, PCWorld reported.

Kaby Lake succeeds the current range of Core processors called Skylake. Krzanich said the new processor will provide speed improvements over its predecessor.

Also shipping later this year are Intel’s Apollo Lake chips – a cheaper version of the Skylake family.

Apollo Lake is expected to bring 4K video and USB-C to cheaper, 2-in-1 laptop and tablet computers.

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