Intel Phases Out 11th Gen Core Processors: Discontinuation of Five Mobile and Four Desktop Components, also known as Tiger Lake. According to the product change notification (PCN) released by the company, five mobile and four desktop components will no longer be available for order after June of this year.
The final shipments of these items are expected to be sent out in January 2024. The discontinuation of the affected models, ranging from Core i3 to Core i9, is detailed in the screenshot provided. Notably, the desktop components are the B SKU variants found in Intel's NUC 11 Extreme and have a 65 W TDP. While some of the mobile components will still be offered in existing products, most of them are older SKUs that have been replaced by 12th and 13th Gen Core processors.
It's important to note that none of the products listed in the PCN were ever available for purchase directly by consumers. Intel's decision to phase out these processors is likely a strategic move to make room for newer, more advanced models.