Business Insider story on the possible iPhone 7 and "wireless earpods". While good reasons to go wireless includes no tangling of wires, BI says that there may also be a marketing angle. They point to the intro of the iPod with the "white wire" in Apple ads and other ad examples including the lime atop the Corona Light. Advertising pushed the appeal and made it a must have item. The same could be true for the iPhone 7. Sold and marketed with an initial wireless earpod, the new iPhone 7 could become the next must have device. It does sound appealing.
Can good marketing be the difference? With the prospect of a new iPhone without a headphone jack, Apple needs to let us see just how different its new earbud will be. That will include such physical attributes as freedom of movement, no tangling, and better sound quality. Of course that must be balanced with how frequently we need to recharge the ear bud to make them work. Just how many chargers do we have to own? Hopefully the marketing helps consumers fully realize the full value of the next iPhone release.