Hi, I was wondering about losing my iPhone. And at some point I realised that I don't really mind so much buying a new one if I lose mine. More difficult is the fact that my iPhone contains my emails and address book, personal data comparable to what's on my computer rather than a traditional mobile phone. I assume the iPhone is not encrypted (for some reason). It is protected by a four digit code. But that's not much. What's a good way of handling this problem? If Apple finally got around to giving me the 99$/year key that makes the "free" SDK usable, I would write an application that erases the entire iPhone if not started with the right password at least once every 24 hours. I know iPhone OS 2.0 includes a remote-erase feature, but that won't protect anybody unless the person finding the iPhone connects to a mobile phone network. Did Apple already include an application like I envision above in 2.0? Why not? Any ideas?