And on my families iPhone's our earbuds are still in their nice little plastic cases. Got four of them now, never used, not once.
To the earbuds that come with the iPhone, I, too, would leave them in their original packaging.
I hate the idea of paying another $100 on top of the base cost of a pair of headphones just to add wireless. I hate the idea of having to constantly be aware of the battery level in the headphones. (At Apple's new, proprietary implementation) I hate the idea of being locked to a single platform.
I don't mind having a wire dangle, and rather enjoy having in-line controls. I like having an in-line microphone that I can either let dangle or bring right up to my mouth if I want to talk quietly and still be heard or just be heard better in a loud place.
There's a reason the headphone port has lasted as long as it has. It is useful. It is universal. Give me a headphone jack, or I won't buy it. As an Android user, I'm glaring at Motorola and their Moto Z with distaste because they're going the same route. Not everyone prefers wireless. And no one likes dongles.