scenario: lots of iPads are linked by having the same Apple ID (ie the same email address) one of the iPads is used (by person A) to facetime a friend of Ass iPhone 4 the email address from the iPad is added to As contact details in the iPhone iPhone later facetimes A back but A is unavailable . as the ipads are linked by having the same Apple ID, they all ring out and the call is answered by someone else in the group, called B. iPhone hangs up. Neither A nor iPhone were previously aware that all the ipads were linked or the ramifications of this iPhone later receives imessages sent from the email address, thinking it is A, a conversation ensues further imessages - now malicious ones - received on the iPhone from the email address (the messages were not sent from A!). The messages appeared on all of the iPads and all users were instructed to delete the messages. Is it correct to say that As iPad wont show a missed call because it was answered by another device i.e.B? Because B answered the call from iPhone, has B then captured iPhones contact details? Is it possible that iPhones contact details were captured by another party who happened to be connected to B at the same time Most important question is: Is there a way to find which iPad was used to send the message (mac address history maybe??) i.e. who is B?