Bit Tech has some updates regarding Intel's Ivy Bridge launch schedule, you can read it over here.
New evidence suggests that Intel is planning a tiered roll-out of its next-generation Ivy Bridge processor family, announcing the quad-core chips in April and the mobile-centric dual-core versions in June.
Following reports from numerous industry sources that the launch of Ivy Bridge will be delayed until June, Intel was forced to admit that there had been a schedule slip. While Intel's Sean Maloney claimed the delay would see no Ivy Bridge chips reaching customers until June, Jon Carvill claimed that the schedule 'has only been impacted by a few weeks' as a result of what is believed to be either oversupply problems of current-generation Sandy Bridge parts or yield issues with the new parts.
Now, it looks like both Maloney and Carvill were both right: while quad-core parts will be appearing towards the end of April, it will be June before Ivy Bridge dual-core chips arrive on the market.