Replacing the micro USB-B it's one thing, like me a lot more people applaud that, but the full USB-A that's too much, we being using that plug for ever and we have it everywhere, so why mess with that?
If you're not replacing those devices, you won't have to. Just keep using the cables you have. This is the first step in a transition. New devices will start coming with the new connectors and, likely there will be cables that have the sold that hav...
It can replace it, and as a generally superior plug, it's assumed that it will. Eventually.
But no one is forcing anyone to switch to it. It's up to companies to choose which connector to use. As I said in the article, the transition ...