So I was thinking about the possible repercussions of a world of lightning headphones due to iPhone 7, there's been a lot of discussion about this, but I haven't seen anyone mention how this will affect Macs and computers in general. Apple is currently making a Macbook 12" with 1 USB-C and 1 3.5mm. Suppose the world moves to lightning headphones following Apple's decision to make it mainstream in iPhone 7, would the Macbook get 1 USB-C and 1 lightning port for headphones? Seems silly right? I guess there would be a USB-C adapter that has a lightning port, but who wants a clunky adapter hanging out of your macbook just to listen to your 'digital' headphones? Suppose Apple would choose USB-C instead of lightning for iPhone 7, the Macbook 12" could have 2 USB-C, this would be far more useful since you could use the second USB-C for either headphones or any other USB-C device. Similarly on other Macs, when they start shipping with USB-C, having USB-C as the standard for headphones would make them universally compatible and there'd be no need for adapters (in a USB-C headphone world). Having said this, if Apple wants the future to have 'digital' sound and get rid the analog port, it'd seem like leading the world with USB-C would benefit everyone, including apple's own ecosystem.