This is probably a basic question but I am quite new to Ubuntu. As far as I understand, Ubuntu 16.04 (and the following versions) come with Python 3.5 as default, not Python 2.7.
My question is, why does it not also come with pip3? My assumption at first is that perhaps it's not needed - only people planning on doing some coding will need pip3, not the "general" public.
Is this correct or am I missing something?