No, AES/EBU is eliminated from many designs because of the cost savings and panel or board savings, or maybe because it’s a more squirrely interface, or maybe the designer does not know how to implement it.
It is squirrely because the XLR connector is not designed for a good termination to 110 ohm cables and the connector itself is not 110 ohms characteristic impedance.
It’s much easier and less expensive to design and implement a high-performance 75 ohm S/PDIF cable than a high-performance 110 ohm AES/EBU cable. The cabling or circuit board inside the DAC and Transport are also a consideration. These are more easily made 75 ohms than 110 ohms.