I would say that they might be irrelevant too. A stock split is basically the corporate action where for every stock, you might end up getting 2 or 3. The value of these three should be the same as the first one.
The good thing is that when the price of one share is low, the share tends to be more easily traded (more liquid) which is easier to sell and it can also increase the trades made (which can arguably increase the price). Having a stock that costs $10,000 is not that common to be honest.