Assuming DigiTimes' information is accurate -- and it isn't always -- the delay is taking place due to a mixture of production and design issues with the desktop Trinity chips themselves combined with a surplus of Llano desktop APUs still sitting on stockroom shelves. The publication claims that motherboard manufacturers are scrambling to adjust to the sudden shift in schedule.
When asked, representatives from AMD Taiwan told Digitimes that its product lines are currently "on track," though they wouldn't comment any further. However, seeing as how AMD has yet to publicly commit to a firm launch window for the Trinity desktop APUs or Vishera CPUs, saying that its product lines are on track could mean, well, pretty much anything.
In any case, we're excited to see what AMD's bringing to the desktop table this year. How about you?