Sold my iPhone to a relative. I'm under a lot of stress at work and I forgot to erase it. I desperately didn't want to give her my Apple ID password, but it seemed like that was the only way she could erase it. Then I thought - oh I'll erase it from Find My iPhone. Big mistake. I found my old iPhone in another state, and my current phone, right here where I live. I clicked on my old phone, which was one state over, and erased it. Bam, my phone in my hand begins to erase. Both phones erase simultaneously. Not only that, but now Apple thinks the phone I sold my relative is STOLEN. So I'll still have to give her my password anyway. So I'm feeling like a complete moron. Then I get home, tell my wife what happened. She says "just change your password to cheeseburger or something, then give her that password. She erases the phone, then change your password back." Damn I wish I would have thought of that! This is still not resolved. So I'll let you guys know what happens. I just wanted to write this and hopefully prevent anyone else from using my flawed logic. Erasing your old phone with my Find My iPhone is NOT a good solution. Fail!