Seriously. It boggles the mind. Last Friday I found an iPhone 6 on the side of the road during my morning run. I was surprised it worked since it had rained the evening before. At any rate (the iPhone was locked, naturally) there was a message (text) on the lockscreen that had a phone number. I figured that the person on the other end would know the owner and I would be able to get the phone back in the owner's hands by the end of the day. Or so I thought. Oddly, the person on the other end of the phone DIDN'T know who owned the phone...which left me scratching my head. Even describing the phone didn't work. I was a bit puzzled...why text someone if you don't know them? At any rate, I took the phone to work and ran through the helpful hints I found on the internet to locate the owner. The 'who does this phone belong to' command didn't work. Neither did looking up the emergency contacts, mom, dad etc. Eventually I did find a small list of contacts but they either had numbers that were disconnected or that belonged to other people. So then I tried the next obvious solution: wait for a call. I thought the owner (or someone related) would call the phone but that would be it. Again...no. I received two texts from various people but as there was no way to contact them I was out of luck. I don't own an iPhone (personally, I own an iPad mini) but if I did I would be calling to see if someone would answer. That Monday the phone service was disconnected. I can understand not knowing your phone number but if you're at that point where you're about to turn off the phone wouldn't it make since to CALL the phone one last time? Or have the phone rep do it? It was fairly obvious by Monday that the 'find my iphone' feature wasn't used(or they never had it on). I have an ad in the paper in the lost and found section but still...why give it up so easily? I mean, I guess the owner had some kind of insurance on it to just give it up but still...an iPhone is an iPhone. It was just weird. Moral of the story: if you don't have 'find my iphone' enabled (and I guess most do) then it might be a good idea to turn it on. Peace.