I am on vacation and traveling overseas. (Buenos Aires if anyone is interested). I rely on the iPhone and oMaps to get around and back home again. Was in an internet cafe and tried to connect to the internet but it wasn't working so I thought I'd just give it a restart. On starting up I get the "Connect to iTunes" screen. In a strange part of town - with no maps - and I don't speak spanish at all! Was not happy... By fluke I managed to get home and then connected the phone and all happy. Thought I don't want this to happen again - so turned it off to check. Sure enough on reboot - Connect to iTunes. Even flick to Airplane mode - Connect to iTunes. This is unacceptable when your phone locks you out completely. In case it makes any difference here are the details: iPhone bought outright in Australia and unlocked by Optus from their network. I normally use a Three sim in the phone - which shows it is unlocked. Got a Claro SIM in Argentina. It is prepaid. 3GS with latest OS Any ideas on why this is happening? Thanks. Glenn. The iPhone works great until apples paranoia/greed for cash screws ya at the most inappropriate time!