Yeah, of course. As long as you’re UB, the customer shouldn’t know or care what host is doing what, as long as they remain current. That’s the concept, anyhow. Our experiences with the OSX, Intel, and 64-bit switches show that it is not that simple. tl;dr: ain’t our first rodeo, and trust me when I say that the default setting for customers in the next few months will be “confused.” They just want to make dope beats on their new laptop. They could give a fuck about our problems.
Having said that, Intel Macs will be around for a long time, because Apple makes hardware that lasts, in general. But there will be a point not long after they stop shipping Intel Macs (which will take about a year or two) where there are diminishing returns for shipping a UB, and a point not long after that where you can’t even make a UB any more. The way Apple does things now, that point will come sooner than it did after the Intel switch, as they are more actively pruning legacy than they were then.