Yeah that's what I thought. All-core is probably going to go down vs. the 4c parts.
It does to @Shivansps
which is why he's even discussing this in the first place.
That's the rub. Is Intel doing it because they're "giving it priority" or is it because it's the only core config they can produce that yields acceptably? Is it a power issue with the Willow Cove cores? You aren't considering the "Intel is screwing something up and hiding it with an iGPU" angle.
It certainly looks like it should be, but we have Rocket instead on desktop. Rocket Lake-U is apparently cancelled. One would assume that TigerLake-H killed it.
Since you're going to ask such an absurd question, then: yes
Or you can stop being clanish and contemplate how the semiconductor market operates and how periods of a year (or less) can have a major impact on how a product is received by the market. As I already articulated, the market was waiting for Intel to knock Renoir completely off its horse, and the product that would have made that happen, today, didn't appear.