I just had an odd experience and was hoping someone could enlighten me with info or links/ threads to look at. While traveling via airplane today, I carried my iPad and bluetooth keyboard in my handbag. I did not disable Bluetooth or Wi-Fi, but had the SmartCover on. Two weird things happened: 1. The airport P.A. played the music that happens to be downloaded to my iPad. I have only only ever bought two albums and they are both very esoteric classical music. The chances that songs from both of these albums were coincidentally selected by an airport broadcast system are extremely remote. 2. When I got on the plane, my iPad was disabled and the message told me to try again in 23 minutes. Did the airport system connect to my iPad by mistake? How could it access my music when I have general system password enabled? Or, was I hallucinating and hearing the music blasting from my iPad inside my bag? (My travel partner says tis wasn't the case). I didn't turn it on, but maybe the TSA scanners did something? However, when I checked to see what apps had recently been opened, neither iTunes nor the default Music app had been opened in the past several weeks. I am baffled!