Searched around and couldn't find conclusive information regarding a detail when using two SPI devices.

Read about the better implementation (https://www.pjrc.com/better-spi-bus-design-in-3-steps/) and a question came to mind:

Is there an advantage in using two separate SPI ports in comparison to two devices on the same port (implemented correctly in software)?

Reason for asking the question:
Built a T3.6 remote using a 240x240pixel SPI display and an SPI transceiver.

Will switch to T4 and the second SPI port is on the bottom pads.
I would like to avoid soldering a ribbon cable if dual SPI on the same port has no hardware disadvantage.

Appreciate any info or experience related.

Thanks!