I'm the original owner of an iPhone 6s - yes, I have the original box + receipt, etc. My phone has been acting up the past few weeks: -It's restarted itself almost nightly -I would get this weird message when it first turned on: "Enter your iTunes password to restore your purchases" or something. I always cancelled. -Unable to join Family Sharing or invite other users to my Homekit group. -General slowness, etc. So last night, I decided to restore it. I went to turn off Find my iPhone, but found it was already off, which was weird. So, I toggled it On, then back Off - I of course entered my password when prompted, I also received the email in my Gmail account stating that "Find My iPhone has been disabled on Topher's iPhone 6s". Backed up to iCloud + Backed up to my local PC and then did the restore. The phone comes up with the activation lock screen asking me to enter an email/password, with the email being J-----[USER=156367]@yahoo.com[/USER]. I have never used yahoo email, always gmail... and my apple ID (or email - or user names) are typically a variation of my username. Again, i'm the original owner. I purchased this device directly from Apple, and have the paperwork to prove it. Apple will clearly have this information as well. I've set up a Genius Bar appointment as well as scheduled a call with Apple Support. (I've also just learned that my local apple store is open until 6 today - running over there right after this post.) ....... has this happened to anyone else? With my brief google/Reddit/MR searches, I found a couple instances where it's happened after selling a device to another person, and the previous owner's info would come up, but that isn't the case here at all.