I installed iOS 5 and now my iPhone 4 will not use the appleid I set up years ago. This original appleid account has a credit card associated and has always been the default account for iTunes on my MacBook. The iPhone 4 did not allow me to use this id because it was not an email address. Since I had another appleid used only for "Find my iPhone" via MobileMe (which was free), I used it to complete the setup of iOS 5. Now the phone wants another credit card to be associated with the second appleid account. There must be some way to consolidate, edit or otherwise work around this issue. I compared my experience with a friend who successfully updated his iPhone 4, iPad 2 and iPad, but 'bricked' his other iPhone 4 during the update to iOS 5. His definition of bricked was the phone required reactivation with his carrier and complete initial setup - just like mine. Would I be best suited to restore the phone back to it's original state? If so, does the Restore button on iTunes really take it back to original, as-shipped state?