Another year another iPhone is what most would say, but not so much this year. This year Apple took it's usual improvement iterations with iOS 10, hardware design (although not as much this year), camera, water resistance, and battery but took away a main stay of any piece of technology dealing with sound and voice, the 3.5mm headphone jack. Apple says it takes "courage" (groan) to make this step to begin to push people to wireless and bluetooth technology for sound and voice. I wouldn't call it courage but it is a risk in this wired world whose future is wireless.
So with new colors, faster processor, better cameras on the front and back, extended battery life, but no 3.5mm headphone jack, will the best iPhone made to date be welcoming enough to Apple's users? Or will the juggling of charging your device and listening with wired headphones simultaneously be too frustrating?