not likely ever. The decision was made many years ago around the time of the inception of arcgis.
It is easier to configure a mac to run windows than it is to deploy code for two different platforms.
Here are your options, some are even platform independent
No, just a long time user that was there when the apple fell from the esri tree. Boot camp is recommended and the cloud is the future.... which will remove hardware dependencies for the most part.
Although this is an old topic I felt the need to reply. As of this posting 70% of college students use Macs. ESRI needs to think about this if they want ArcPro embraced by instructors in academia. QGIS is free, easy to install, and cross-platform. It runs on older computers as well. And with the plugins available it can keep pace with ArcPro in an academic setting. The arrogance of a Windows only GIS platform is shortsighted and self-defeating.