Intel has postponed production of its ?Broadwell? processors due to a manufacturing failure, something analysts say could delay the launch of PCs and tablets based on the new chip.
According to Brian Krzanich, the company's new CEO, the problem is in the new 14 nanometer process and everything has to be corrected before production is resumed, expecting it to start in the first quarter of 2014. The family ? Broadwell ?replaces? Haswell ?processors, which are manufactured using a 22 nanometer process and are yet to reach MacBooks Pro and Macs mini. (PCWorld)