After Steve passed, there were many articles touting how he reduced the mouse from PARC's design of 3-buttons to the Mac's 1-button. This was seen as a major win for simplicity. More recently, I was watching a Steve-note, and he was introducing the buttonless glass trackpad (the entire trackpad is the button). And he said that for Windows users (e.g. with Bootcamp), the trackpad can be programmed with software so that a right-click button can be emulated on the trackpad. Anyone who uses Macs knows that not only do Macs incorporate the mouse right-click, but that it is indispensable. So, why did Steve like to claim (pretend?) that Macs didn't need to be right-clicked? Any thoughts?