Genuine question. Not knocking anybody here. I've seen quite a few comments in discussions here which are critical of phones with micro-USB connection. Comments suggesting that it's "unbelievable nowadays that it doesn't have USB-C". We've a mix here. My (newly purchased) phone uses micro-USB, just like my previous one did. My wife's latest phone has USB-C. We also keep Lightning cables around, for an iPad we have here and for visitor's phones and such. We use our phones for calls and messages. We sometimes plug them into computer and archive some photos off them. We occasionally use them to google stuff whilst we're out and about. We've never really bothered using them as music devices, although I'm at present investigating pairing mine up via bluetooth with caravan audio player so it can double up as a music archive of sorts. And truth is, the only difference we've found between 'micro' and 'C' connectivity is that it costs annoyingly more for spare charger cables for the USB-C jobbie. What is it that people DO with these phones, for the connection to be so much more beneficial? Interested to hear, Coz if we've missed something that could enhance our phone-using experience it'd be nice to know.