I didn't have a free outlet to plug my iPhone charger into, so I plugged it into the USB port of my work computer (Macbook Pro) to charge. Anyway, iTunes 11 and iPhoto opened up! I forgot that iPhones automatically sync with iTunes (as I never sync with anything -- I don't back anything up -- my contacts and calendar are synced to Google, and that's all I really care about on my phone). I was able to disable iPhoto from opening, but I can't do that with iTunes. I did click on the Preference to "Prevent iPods, iPhones, and iPads from syncing automatically" but this was after I think some syncing took place. How can remove whatever data was synced? I think it was just the apps that got synced, but how can I be sure? Is there some folder hidden somewhere in the system that I can check? And if it is only the apps, how do I remove that information?
This is my work computer, and I don't want any information from my personal phone to end up on it.
I learned my lesson -- don't plug anything personal into a work computer.