If they include usb- C converter, I guess it will be alright with me.
Bluetooth aptX allows for amazing audio quality compared to older Bluetooth standards for music streaming. Check out some headphones from your local best buy that use this standard, you might find them very close in quality compared to wired headphones.Bluetooth is objectionably inferior for audio streaming. It has a noticeable lag that is absent on corded headphones, the hyper-compressed audio sounds tinny and, well, compressed to ****, because it is. And if you think I'm gonna buy a new radio for my car(s) to use bluetooth over 3.5mm, and replace my home audio system, AND replace my nice noise canceling headphones, you got a couple screws loose.Bluetooth earphones work just fine these days...
Pretty soon you people will have no phones to buy. Notches and missing headphone jacks seem to outrage everyone who can't learn to adapt.
I can learn to adapt to only having one leg, doesnt mean I'm gonna chop mine off claiming it is superior and everyone else just needs to adapt.
Also, notice that the midrange market has plenty of phones, and none of them are removing jacks. And those phones often have better battery life then the flagships. Honestly, the flagships are for people with more money then sense, and the phone makers know this. Midrange buyers wont put up with dongles like $1k flagship owners will.