true. but wireless does not work as well as cable - much slower and I do not know if it also works for being your iPhone in Photos (need to try). In any case a simple USB C to Lightning would be a good cable to have, not the least for the people who do not have the AV adapter and can never connect the iPhone with the Macbook to start with. No wireless sync unless you connect over cable first.Because you can sync phone wirelessly? And charge using adapter cable.
I guess Apple is trying to push a "wire-less world" with the new MacBook, so they're heavily advertising the MacBook as a device which you can use iCloud, AirPrint, AirDrop, etc. on. I actually own the new MacBook, and can personally attest to the fact that you still need cables no matter what, but I don't see Apple coming out with a USB-C to Lightning cable anytime soon.That would be the obvious one to have when traveling with the Macbook. Have not even heard of a 3rd party working on one.
I think you might be 99.9% wrong thenYep. iPhone 6S will have USB-C to lightning cable out of the box. 99.9% guaranteed.
Big deal? I'm 99.9% sure that next gen rMBP's, Mac Pro, iMac's etc. will have USB-C. Next gen iPhone's and iPad's will have USB-C to lightning.I think you might be 99.9% wrong then
The majority of people are still using USB and doesn't have USB-C port on their computer.
I think USB-C Lighting cable will be sold separately. Unless it comes with a USB-C to USB adapter in the box which I'm fine with that