Ok, this is a random one. Just picked up my iPhone 7 today and am in the middle of restoring the iPhone 6 backup onto it. The first time I try, the phone says that I have to upgrade to iOS 10.1.1 before I can restore from my backup. No worries, I set it up as a new phone, get the latest iOS and then reset to factory. Meanwhile, I do a final backup to iCloud of my iPhone 6. One the 7 has rebooted, I start the restore process. Go through everything as normal, pick the backup I want to restore from and off it goes. For about 5 seconds. It then pops up with a message asking for the password for the account email@example.com so that I can download my apps. Now I have never seen this email before, don't recognise it to be anything related to me or even close. There is an option to skip, so I go ahead and do that. Restore on-going. Curiosity gets me thought, so I google the email, but but the time I have typed nina tuft, google suggests the whole email address but none of the results are very useful. I have called Apple who checked the email address and said it's not even an Apple ID. Really confused. They've suggested I just continue the restore then change my Apple ID password - but where the hell did this email come from and why is it so prolific that it comes up so soon on google? Anyone else had this? I am tempted to just do another erase and restore to see if it persists. Will be equally curious to see what apps don't download..