So, with GM out we can safely assume that the situation won't change anymore?
Interesting indeed, bc as it stands right now, hacking is even easier now, and with additional support (LGA2011) and less kexts needed. Heck, Apple did even whitelist hackintosh specific kexts, so we do not get some pesky messages. So I am also baffled a bit ... but maybe it makes sense nonetheless.
Bc in a way, Apple might see the Hackintosh community as friends, not enemies - maybe even as a big bunch of guinea pigs, which do Apple no harm, but test and make sure OS X runs on a wider variety on hardware. I do not think that Apple will release OS X for non Apple machines anytime soon, but as I know Apple, they like having some backup strategies. So, who knows?
And if I were Apple, I'd still prefer a "Hackintosher" - who is still tied to the Apple ecosystem in a way - over loosing a customer completely to Windows or Linux.
Maybe these things also play a role?