Has anyone else noticed these types of issues? Scenario 1 I'll be listening to an album on my headphones. I'll pause playback for an hour (removing my headphones from the lightning port). Then I'll plug my headphones back in and my iPhone will queue up a random song from my library instead of queuing up from where I left off. Scenario 2 I'll be listening to a podcast. I'll pause the podcast for about 10 minutes or so, keeping my headphones plugged in. Then I'll swipe up control center to resume playback only to find that my playback pane is blank, instead of showing the podcast that I was just listening to. I then have to open the podcast app to resume playback. It's almost as if the podcast data had been wiped from the RAM. Scenario 3 I'll be listening to an album on my wireless headphones at home. I turn off wireless headphones and immediately plug in my wired headphones, only to find a different song queued up from the one I was just listening to. I never used to have these problems with iOS9. Why can't my phone just always resume the last thing I was listening to, regardless or what accessory I'm using and regardless of how long ago I listening to it?