FUD Zilla speculates Intel is planning to roll out its Skylake-S desktop processors in October. As we mentioned yesterday, the Broadwell desktop processors are expected in Q2 2015, possibly around June, but this launch will be limited to just two socketed desktop processors. At present we know little about what Skylake will deliver for the desktop platform.
Intel plans to launch the desktop Skylake-S between August and October, while the production of dual-core and quad-core Skylake parts is expected to start between June and July. As far as we know, Skylake-S will launch as an unlocked desktop processor that will have TDPs from 65W to 95 W, but there will also be some 35W parts for All-in-One computers coming time (presumably in time fo Apple's new iMacs).