Yesterday my mom updated her iPad 2 to iOS 7, but after the update was complete she went to unlock her iPad and was asked to enter a passcode. Prior to the update she did not have a passcode enabled and says she didn't turn one on during the activation, which I am tending to believe because the passcode is not the simple 4 digit numerical code, but rather the full keyboard is displayed like it would be for the complex passcode, not something that could easily be done by accident when setting up iOS 7. She's tried every password she can think of including her Apple ID password and now the iPad is displaying a message "iPad is disabled" on the lock screen. Have there been any reports of iOS 7 adding a passcode and locking people out from using their devices? I would think she just screwed something up when doing the update, but she successfully updated her iPhone 5 and my dad's iPad 2 without any problem before she updated her iPad 2, so it's not like she didn't know what she was doing. I'm trying to find a solution that avoids having to do a full restore because she didn't do a backup before doing the update and she's not sure if she had the iPad setup to backup to iCloud either.