I've got an iPhone 5, fully updated. I noticed a while back that a certain contact I'd deleted from my contact list would still show up when I would go to address a text. I would type the first letter of the name of the person I intended to send it to - which was the same first letter of the person's name I had deleted - and that name would still pop up as an option. I didn't think much of it, but more recently I realized by accident that if I do the right side swipe from the home screen that takes me to the general Search option, it's still pulling up multiple texts from this person, even though I've obviously deleted all those texts from my phone. Also in testing all that out, I saw that it's still bringing up a LOT of old texts that I deleted a long time ago. When I click those texts (both from the deleted person and the previously deleted threads), it'll just take me to my text overview page. It doesn't *actually* open the old text. But still, it gives that preview of the texts when they pull up from the search. Is this normal? It doesn't really make sense to me... When people delete texts and/or a contact, it's usually for a good reason and it means they don't want that stuff on their phone anymore. I have a lot of personal and sensitive information in some of them and I'd feel a lot better knowing that whoever is using my phone for something can't access those old texts. My boyfriend and I have pretty um.. "adult" conversations sometimes, and I don't feel comfortable knowing my son could accidentally come across them (after I've deleted them) by using the Search function. And as for the deleted contact, they were definitely deleted for a reason and I don't want to see their old stuff on my phone. Is there any way to get rid of all this?