A report that a man in Colorado who underwent a medical procedure in order to better use his iPhone has now been revealed to be a hoax.
As the story went, the large-handed fellow had grown tired from years of mashing smartphone keyboards with his oversized digits and opted for a bit of elective surgery. Fictional doctors cut the man's thumbs open and sawed down the bones in order to make his thumbs smaller and more nimble for use with the iPhone's touchscreen keyboard.
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