Personally- I'd like to see it just to make my development life easier.
Even with an iPad - development is easier for me than on my mac.
Also, I use Mobile devices as well as larger laptop, and having a somewhat agnostic platform to develop on would be really nice.
I started toying with the idea of writing an API compatible ui module using wxPython + PyOBJC for a better mac experience.
The vast amount of work it would take has been nothing short of discouraging, and we need to keep one thing in mind: Is there enough of a market for omz to stretch his valuable time even thinner?
And this is ONE module.
If he were to focus on a new product, time would need to be removed from Pythonista and Editorial.
Lastly; I use Pycharm as my IDE and am not likely to change anytime soon.
That being said, I vote no. I am however willing to help a team put together compatibility libraries, so long as its open source.
Side note: wx was my thought so Windows users could benefit as well;