Lucky for me that I actually bought it myself at an Apple Store, and not bought it second hand, or else I wouldn't have been able to disable Activation Lock. Even though I didn't have proof of purchase, an Apple rep told me over the phone that the Apple Store I bought it from had the receipt. So after waiting a couple hours in the store, they were able to remove it. But here's the thing... Even though I knew they had a record of my purchase, I pretended to have bought my phone off somebody else, I told them the original owners removed the lock and that it was successfully transferred to me, and that this glitch caused by Apple itself locked me out of my own device. The "Geniuses" were like "Nope, we can't unlock it for you if you have no proof." I got pretty heated myself, because I was thinking, what **IF** I did buy my phone off somebody else? I would have totally been cheated by Apple. This was their fault that caused this bug. It takes on "planned obsolescence" to a whole other level. I would've sued Apple for screwing me like this! What if I was travelling? What if I had sold my iPhone and get charged for "scamming" someone? I would be smashing phones with a steel ball, I swear.