For 2024, Intel has scheduled the release of the 15th generation Core processors, codenamed Arrow Lake. The company will combine individual crystals for x86 cores, system logic, and a graphics core, and mobile Xe-HPG iGPU solutions will be huge. According to Intel, this will help Arrow Lake-based laptops compete with Apple’s 14-inch MacBooks.
As for desktop 15th generation Core chips (Arrow Lake), unofficial sources attribute them to having up to 40 cores: 8 high-performance + 32 power-efficient. They are expected to use the same platform as the 14th Gen Core processors codenamed Meteor Lake.