Pray tell, what is so magical about wireless components on bike? I get the ease of installation, but installation is an event that happens approximately once in a lifetime of the bike. Maybe twice if you change your groupset but keep the frame. Wireless is conceptually fantastic when you are mobile and when you need to constantly move one component from another. But I am not looking for a TV or a fridge that gets power wirelessly - because it's always in the same spot. I am also not looking for a wireless protocol for a car steering wheel to communicate with the wheels, for the same reason.
On a bike, the components are fixed into place, permanently. So why go wireless? I am not saying it's inferior to wired, but on the technical side there are both pros and cons to it, and it's very far from being clearly superior. Plus there are still brake cables - so it's not like you got rid of cabling completely.
Now, if wireless was lighter, or more compact, or enabled better aestetics, or better performance, I'd be all for it. But SRAM has not produced any of that. Literally the only claim of superiority it has over Shimano is the comparatively easy-breezy installation. Oh, and 12 speeds with the advent of AXS. But I am sure Shimano's next one will have more than 11 speeds, whether we need/want it or not.