Got myself locked out of my iPad. I am a bit annoyed that Apple decided we had to cycle through the whole welcome thing installing iOS 9, but then they messed it up. First, the prompt you to create a password (umm, ya know, I did already have one). Then I go to the Passcode and it demands that I create a PIN. Wait, I had a password from the install, was that not good enough (not to mention the potential security hole there)? Meanwhile, my password is ******* but the PIN is (now instead of 4) six digits. So I create the keypad PIN to get into Passcode, muck around in there a bit and leave. Later, I notice that the magnet on my 3rd-party keyboard cover does not seem to be sleeping the screen, so I go back into Settings, end up in Passcode and mistakenly switch on Lock, thinking that must be why my screen is staying on. So here I am. I remember two-thirds of my PIN, but I cannot seem to remember the rest. It is my fault, that I have a brick with stuff in it that I would like to get at. Yet, Apple cannot get off scot-free for this weird and confusing carousel ride (it seems as though iPhone and iPad have gotten a bit tangled up here).