Engine manufacturing has improved across the board to such a degree that the break-in procedures we got used to are largely a thing of the past. If your owner's manual mentions a break-in period, it wouldn't hurt to change the oil once that period is over, but it probably isn't necessary.
Those oil life sensors are only as good as your mechanic. The last time I had the oil changed on my RV with a Chevy chassis, the mechanic didn't reset the system. Now the oil change indicator light is on prematurely, and I am P.O.ed about it. Now I will have to use a mileage interval, at least for now. As soon as the warranty expires, I will start changing the oil myself.