It was one thing to push wireless for mobile phones. I don't like it, but at the very least, you're usually not stationary, and I've had cords get tangled or yanked on the go.
But seeing as laptops are often productivity workstations where you may spend hours at a time working, I want and need a 3.5mm jack. My good, wired headphones are for the long hauls. No charging needed (and no batteries to expire) and are reliable. I use Bluetooth when I'm on the go or exercising and a cord may actually get in my way. I'm not going to go on a 7-hour jog either, so I'm not worried about charging it.
No, I don't want any peripherals, either. I WILL lose peripherals, and I hate that the knee-jerk reaction to these type of complaints is to purchase a peripheral. I understand how to solve that simple problem, okay? My issue is that it's a problem I didn't ask for!
MacBooks are the only hardware I'm interested in purchasing from Apple, but if this happens, no way.