Intel says goodbye to the Core i brand.

Next will be Core and Core Ultra

Intel has unveiled its new 14th-generation Core processors, and now the company has confirmed that these will be the last Core I CPUs.  

We already knew that the upcoming Meteor Lake would switch to the Core Ultra brand. In addition, there will be just Core models. But there will be no more Core i models. 

It is worth understanding that the 14th generation Core will also include mobile processors that will be released later. They will still be named Core i.  

Intel says goodbye to the Core i brand.

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Let us remember that the first Core processors appeared in 2006, but these were the Core Duo and Core Solo models. The first Core I came out in 2009. 

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