The future of Hackintosh on Windows ARM machines

Given yesterday's WWDC conference and Apple's announcement that they're spending the next two years moving to ARM processors, there is now a set shelf life on Intel and AMD hackintoshing. That is at least four years from now, but now that this is the case, I'm willing to bet that there will be people keen to work on getting Mac OS to boot on something like a Surface Pro X, or any ARM-based Windows machine. I for one would certainly use a dual-boot Pro X for note-taking/productivity, as well as Logic. Just hoping to gather some thoughts/feedback for this - I do think I'm not alone in using ARM to power mobile computing for the foreseeable future and I'm curious to know if anyone else is on board.

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