I personally haven't bought any physical media in over 10 years. Gone fully digital, it just saves so much room having a few hard drives able to hold the equivalent of 20,000 CD jewel cases etc (I don't have that much music, just an example of the size differences).
Personally I don't mind so much. I do feel that the music streaming services are good value. I do not currently subscribe to Apple Music, Spotify or Tidal but I do feel that the £99 price that Apple Music costs for a year is great value. All you can eat music on all your modern devices etc - Spotify is also good value, little more pricey about £120 a year. Tidal is I think £150 a year or more but it offers all their music in Lossless fidelity 1:1 to the CD release / master files. So if you care about quality that's a way to go, I think you also get free tickets to concerts with Tidal and free online streaming of concerts.
Overall I don't mind if they get rid of the physical media but maybe I'm drinking the koolaid