The Chinese website VR-Zone claims (Google Translate) to have had access to a complete table with all of Intel's next processors. The chips Haswell should replace the current Ivy Bridge line in the second half of next year.
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In total there are 14 different models: 6 that consume the standard amount of energy, 84W, and 8 that consume less than 65W. The top-of-the-line model will be the Core i74770K, with 4 cores (8 threads), running at 3.5GHz (3.9GHz with Turbo Boost mode enabled) and 8MB of cache. The leaked document also shows that all processors will come with the integrated Intel HD Graphics 4600 GPU.
If Apple does not migrate its line of computers to proprietary chips, something that I think is difficult to happen in 2013, Haswell processors will likely equip the next MacBooks, Macs mini, iMacs and, who knows, even Macs Pro.