It strikes without warning. The first song in your iTunes library -- one invariably starting with the letter A that you haven't listened to in ages -- is the first track to automatically play once you plug your phone into your car's stereo system. It might be a track you haven't listened to since middle school, therefore causing chilling flashbacks. Hell, it might even be Lenny Kravitz' version of "American Woman." (The late '90s were a strange time.)
Although an insignificant technical glitch that comes with owning an iPhone, this annoying issue was recently resolved by resident man-on-the-internet Samir Nezrahi, who engineered a glorious ten-minute track of silence titled "A a a a a Very Good Song."