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Raspberry Pi 5 Not Launching Until After 2023

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As we have previously reported, Raspberry Pi CEO Eben Upton announced via a recent blog post that 100,000 units would be making their way into the supply chain, and that the in the latter-half of 2023 we can expect stock levels to return to pre-pandemic normality. That said, the supply chain shortage has impacted the normal cadence of Raspberry Pi releases, and according to Upton in an interview with Christopher Barnatt from Explaining Computers it means we sadly won’t be seeing a Raspberry Pi 5 in 2023.

In the interview, Explaining Computers host Barnatt asks Upton about the future of the Raspberry Pi and if there are new models on the horizon. Upton then talks about how the past couple of years have been “weird” (pandemic and global chip shortage) and it has disrupted the cadence of Raspberry Pi development and release. Upton states that “the platform [Raspberry Pi 4] has been around longer than any Raspberry Pi platform has been around before, I think.”.

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