When the Intel story becomes obvious, you will have missed it.
I have already figured it out, at 28nm-32nm ARM A15 and QCOM Snapdragon Krait will surpass 32nm Atom for pure delivered performance, a first, (by any metric of clockspeed, ipc, number of cores etc) as well as maintaining ARM's performance/power and performance/price advantages.
If anyone is having a crisis it is Intel and its low power micro-architecture ;-). Apart from running legacy x86 and 64-bit code you can put a fork in 32nm Atom, it's already done and DOA. Intel will have to do a lot lot better at 22nm, removing the legacy FSB and maybe adding some out of order processing as well as going to quad-core look like sheer minimums to me.