Hi! So my iPhone 4S just got stolen today 2 and 1/2hrs ago as of this writing. Three males on bikes. I called the police and remote locked + wiped the phone after noticing that the thieves must have turned on Airplane mode right away because I didn't get an email confirmation from Find My Phone and the phone was not trackable. My files are all on the cloud but obviously they can see my offline emails that are stored on the phone, photos, contacts, text/iMessages, and data that other apps store. I changed my email accounts passwords just in case, changed Dropbox & Facebook password, called carrier to block the number & phone via its IMEI, and some other accounts. However, I am worried about the fact that my iPhone was jailbroken. What could I have forgotten to change since they can access my phones file system? Also, if they go home and erase it with iTunes right away, does iTunes check iCloud to see if it has been locked? What other things may I want to check? I also looked through iTunes to see what apps were on it that store data but luckily apps like PayPal or Amazon require you to enter a password to do anything. My iTunes account also requires a password with every purchase. Unfortunately one of my finance apps doesn't have a passcode lock, but it shouldn't be of any use to the thieves. It would be really helpful if you guys could let me know of other things that I should check off the "What to do when my iPhone gets stolen"-list. Thanks.