Bluetooth or not

Just purchased new cell phone just wonder about connecting , 3.5mm head phone jack to preamp input or Bluetooth which is the way to connect to get the best sound?
i've always felt that the wired connection is  better than bluetooth, tho the difference is much less with the newest bluetooth aptx codecs (provided your devices support them)
Wired is better. However, do not rely on the inbuilt DAC of most phones (Iphones are OK but most others not). As long as you are not hoping for the very best, but only for a big improvement with most phones, get a Behringer UCA 202 external usb DAC in between the phone and the amplifier for much much better sound (if you can get a usb signal out of your phone).
See here for more detail on Bluetooth quality:
It will depend case by case. DAC used is the biggest factor. Newer Bluetooth technology can be quite good.   Traditionally, wired has greater upside.   Try both and see.

Using a good outboard dac with wired connection is probably the surest bet for best sound. I’ve gone that way with a Chord Mojo DAC. Not only is it great with headphones but as an input to a good hifi as well. I went for bust and connect it to line level inputs using a very high quality Mogami gold mini stereo to dual RCA Y adapter. The results are absolute top notch.
And I forgot the simplest solution: a Chromecast Audio, depending of course on what you actually want to play, and assuming you have wifi. Its analogue output plugs straight into your amplifier and is really rather good with 16/44. It also has an optical digital output for more ambitious use.
Chromecast audio is another solid approach but I think it only works with apps that are cast compatible. PLEX would be one option for in-home streaming. I’ve seen that work with Chromecast and Google home devices in my house but have not tried Chromecast audio yet.
There are indeed two versions of what is called streaming: from the web (Spotify, Tidal, Youtube etc), and from your own server. Chromecast is primarily for the former, but with something like BubbleUPnP it will also do the latter.
Last year I purchased audio-technics ATH-SR6BT headphones.  They have Bluetooth and are wired.  The phones have controls on the cups for track switching and volume adjustment. The sound is balanced, with no frequency over powering another.
Bluetooth was a replacement for infra-red controllers. (There was actually a better solution at the IEEE but BT won because of the companies that came up with it) Bluetooth is to USB is to Ethernet. Folks don't run data centers on Bluetooth and USB. 

The Cirrus chip that powers your headphones, at least in an iPhone 6 and 6S, has lower noise and distortion than the digital interface even if you plug "colorful bugs" into it.. Plus, these "bugs" do not bypass the 44.1K limit Apple for one has placed on their devices although now they can unfold Stuart's latest marvel I am told. Sneaky.

However, you can load and download 192k/24 bit files, etc., via wifi to your phone and then play them back bypassing the dumbing down digital circuits using the $30 Apple Camera adapter. You then plug your interface(s) into it for true hi rez sound to your headphones. YMMV.
The same general thing goes for preamp input sorry that was the original question. I'd stick with the headphone jack. Belden cables are $30. Preamps have BT in them now? I do some streaming through an iPAD via the headphone jack of some services and if the recording is good at the highest quality level and fastest Arrris wifi 5 GHz the sound is acceptable for casual listening.

A friend of mine was at Munich and told me some fellow this great sound in his STOA system off his iPhone sans "bugs or Bluetooth". I explained the various ways it was done.