Originally Posted by jbenam
The Pi 2 uses a fairly low power CPU, but some of the recent Cortex A72s out there are plenty powerful:
I'm pretty sure that a Core M (and thus an ARM Cortex-A72) is more powerful than the Dual Core used on the Tabor. Honestly, PowerPC doesn't make any sense nowadays and using it only shows short-sightedness and/or rose-tinted nostalgia glasses.
You see no issues with the fact that OS4 is written for PPC and 0% of the software (OS or apps) can run on the ARM architecture? It took them a decade to release 4.1 (from 4.0) so its not like OS development is lightning fast as it is.
So how would it help to release a new mobo with an ARM chip?
If the solution is to emulate in software then its even more pointless as there already is ppc support in WinUAE and that requires zero new hardware for anyone with a ppc.