Among the legions of new iPhone consumers, I personally know at least five people who will never buy the iPhone due to what some gadget mavens refer to as "fat finger syndrome." For these unlucky souls, no amount of maneuvering will ever make the glorious touchscreen of the iPhone work for them. In a more advanced, egalitarian world these iPhone-less citizens would have the option of purchasing an assistive mechanism called Dancing Fingers.
Designed by Beijing, China native Alfred Chu, the concept device would fit snugly onto your index and middle fingers, thus allowing your pudgy digits to begin dancing across the soon to be ubiquitous touchscreens affording access to the digital wonders of our time. Alas, for now fat finger syndrome remains the last iPhone barrier to mass consumption.