So it is a bit slow around here today. I was reading another thread and the idea of removing the lightning jack when the phone goes to wireless charging. Now maybe the idea is far fetched but the point of the thread is how would they be able to do it with syncing? I just deleted around 50 GB of music and all of my photos on my 7+. I am syncing it via wifi and it looks like it is going to take around 18 hours judging by the current rate. So if there was no port of any kind how would they deal with this? I was thinking about it and looked at my phone and the space for music is allocated and the album lists are inside of it already. The list of artists and albums are also already there but the music is obviously unavailable it has just been indexed is all. My theory is maybe using a combination of BT and wifi they could allow you to play content on demand? So if you go to play a song the sync will automatically put that to the front of the sync through either means? So if I am syncing and want to play Bob Dylan. When I click on that album the wifi begins to sync the song I am playing and presumably the entire album or artist while I am on that particular artist? Thus effectively getting around the fact the syncs will take so long by allowing the user to listen to anything on demand? Same with photos and anything else? I back up locally and not to iCloud so have no idea if iCloud offers a better solution? Is it possible the new BT5 standard would become useful? Again I am not saying the should pull the jack but it seems like they would probably do that at some point so just thinking of how it would likely work if they did? Just bored art home and thinking out loud, pardon me if it is a dumb question.