So the iPhone no longer has the headphone jack and works purely on Lightning for charging and audio (along with wireless, of course). But the MacBook doesn't have Lightning, it has USB-C. And for audio, a good old 3.5mm jack. So if you have Apple's two newest and thinnest products, they're kind of incompatible. Have Apple missed a trick here? Surely the MacBook should have a few Lightning ports for charging, audio, data transfer etc. Each product could use the same charger, your Lightning headphones would work on both without the need for an adaptor. I thought the whole point of controlling the hardware and software was to avoid this sort of fragmentation? So surely Apple will rectify it ASAP?