So get this: My iPhone 4's alarm rings at 8.15 am. I pull the "UGH 5 more minutes" card. I'm up at 8.30 or so, getting ready for my day when I glance at my iphone, which appears to be off. I try the power button, but the phone does not respond. "That's odd" I think to myself "it was at 100% last night at 1am". I place on charge with the wall adaptor and wait 30 minutes. The iPhone does not respond. Here's the strange part: my watch was actually about a foot away from my iPhone when this transpired. About 30 minutes later I discovered that my watch had stopped at 8.34. It is 11 months or so old, but I'm also using a Gevey turbo SIM and have Jailbroken it. Would it still be covered under warranty? Should I eject the Gevey and put the regular tray back in when I bring it to the Apple Store? Any clues to what's going on? I have a background in geoscience and as far as I can tell I don't live in an area with a particularly sporadic geomagnetic field intensity. Also, last I talked to Magneto, we were cool. He's a temperamental bitch though, so I'm not excluding him.