If you need evidence of this, look no further than the iPhone.
I mean, when the iPhone was introduced, a whole lot of business (pro) users claimed it would fail because: It didn't have a user replaceable battery It didn't have a physical keyboard It didn't have secure email It didn't have apps It didn't have a secure/proprietary messaging system
Turns out, a whole lot of those features were either unnecessary, or the importance of them over-estimated (at the time).
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