If you browse down a couple of posts you will have noticed the quarterly figures from Intel, and they are announcing that they are shipping significant quantities of 10nm processors this year. Ice Lake generation procs are aimed at mobile devices, desktop procs remain at 14nm for a year or two.
Ice Lake-U for mobile platforms started in Q1 but has been delayed and pending ever since, the first processors for the production will be sent to manufacturers in Q3. Intel aims to get 10nm processors on shelves before the holidays.
Ice Lake supports the new VNNI instructions for neural networks and has a new GPU embedded.it will also get new memory controllers allowing LPDDR4 and LPDDR4X memory, which can bring a nice performance boost towards mobile devices.
"On the [10 nm] process technology front, our teams executed well in Q1 and our velocity is increasing," said Bob Swan, CEO of Intel. “We remain on track to have volume of client systems on shelves for the holiday selling season. And over the past four months, the organization drove a nearly 2X improvement in the rate at which 10nm products move through our factories.