Hi everyone! I need the insight of all you knowledgable iPhone users! My MAC was being repaired so I activated my iPhone on a university lab computer. I came out with someone else's data! (pictures, calendar, even access to their Gmail) Does anyone know how this happened? I'm guessing I must've hit Return or something and it restored from a previous backup that was saved on the computer? I'm just worried, though, because I doubt this other person asked iTunes to backup his data (judging from the racy pictures, I doubt this person would've purposely backed up his data onto a university lab computer). My friend, who also has an iPhone, told me she suspects that iTunes or maybe even Time Machine automatically backs up the data of an iPhone that's connected to it (since it will sync when the minute you connect), even if you don't specifically ask it to. Is this true? I'm worried because I've plugged my phone into several other computers besides my own, usually just to charge it when I'm at a friend's house, etc. (1) Does syncing automatically happen when an iPhone is connected to a computer? (I think so because I plugged it into my brother's Mac just to charge it and it started syncing) (2) Does iTunes create a backup automatically when syncing? (3) Why doesn't iTunes recognize that that iPhone isn't set up to sync with that computer, and prompt some warning, the same way it does when a different iPod is plugged into a computer that it doesn't normally sync with? (4) Why doesn't iTunes require a password in order to restore data from a backup?? If anyone could shed some light on this, I'd really appreciate! Thanks to all! Stacy S.