Short version: New iPhone - no connection at all to computer. Help, please! Details: Just got a brand-new 8GB iPhone. I unpacked it, turned it on, it said connect to iTunes - all perfectly normal. But neither my PowerBook nor the iPhone react when I plug in the phone. No iTunes starting, no change on the phone. Nothing. My PowerBook is up-to-date software-wise (Mac OS 10.4.10, iTunes 7.4), and satisfies the requirements hardware-wise (USB 2.0). I've rebooted both phone and computer several times, I've reset PRAM, I've repaired permissions, I've reset the iPhone. Nothing. Here's the kicker: The USB-ports work fine with a mouse plugged in, but when I plug in the iPhone not even System Profiler reacts. In fact, it just says that there's nothing on the USB bus. The iPhone just isn't there. The iPhone seems to know that it's somewhat plugged-in, since it booted itself up, when I plugged it in while off. But that's the extent of it. Right now, I'm hoping that it's just the USB cable that's broken (though that of course is brand-new as well). I'm trying to charge the iPhone from a power outlet right now to see if the cable works - so far, I can't tell. Update: No, not charging as far as I can tell. No tiny lightning or plug icon shows up when I plug it in. Should have figured something like that would show up, but it's the first iPhone I've ever held let alone used, so bear with me Since I'm not in the US, I can't just walk into an Apple Store and ask what the deal is.