There have been a lot of rumors about Apple reportedly nixing the headphone jack on its next high-end iPhone, and many have also speculated that Apple would include a set of wireless earphones with the device to accommodate the change. Although that might happen some day, it looks like Apple will not be including this wireless set in the next iteration, but will instead opt for a proprietary wired set that will connect via the Lightning port.
According to Business Insider, Apple will probably not include a pair of wireless headphones with its next top-tier iPhone. This tidbit of information comes courtesy of Barclays analysts, who stated that Apple will most likely not include wireless headphones until 2017, when the 'iPhone 7s' is expected to be unveiled.
If Apple sticks to tradition, we won't be seeing the iPhone without a headphone jack until later in the year, but Apple will reportedly launch a new iPhone handset next month, the '5se', that will be a lower-end offering.