Okay... last night, I stuck my ip4 in my purse, clutched it tightly to my chest, and made a mad dash to the door (there was a torrential downpour, and a river practically running through my front yard). I got inside, took out my phone and it was: 1) totally dry 2) totally normal looking 3) off Now, number 3 confused me, as it was on when I put it in my purse. After pressing the home and power keys a few times, it finally came back on, but it started at the apple screen, just as if it'd been power cycled. So, I wrote it off to having gripped my bag too tightly and perhaps having pushed something else in there up against the power button, causing it to power off. Today, I got into my car. It's sunny outside. I plugged my ip4 into my car charger, looked down at it to check the time, and it was... off. Only, this time, it was already turning itself back on (it was on the apple screen). WTH? I have been getting the ever popular "this accessory isn't supported by this iphone" message from my car charger (and my Sony iPhone clock). I started getting that message from my 3GS once I had upgrade it to iOS4. Why the **** do they always do something wonky with a new OS that seems to make it think that all chargers (except new ones) are evil? I blame the charger people. Okay... that was kind of an aside. What say you, forumites? What is causing this weird crap?