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Saved passwords on iPhone? Find, View, and Manage

If you practice proper online security, you should have a one-of-a-kind, secure password.  For each website you visit – this means using a long combination of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and other symbols to complicate your passwords.

Naturally, you will not be able to remember all of them, which is why Safari on your iPhone wants to save them for you. Safari will usually recommend auto-filling the correct password at the right moment, but you can also view and manage all of your saved passwords on your iPhone.

How to find saved passwords on iPhone?

  1. Open the Settings menu.
  2. Select Passwords & Accounts from the drop-down menu (iOS 13). It’s called Passwords in iOS 14. find-saved-passwords-on-iPhone-hacktoday
  3. Passwords for Websites and Apps can be found by tapping Passwords for Websites and Apps. Use FaceID or TouchID to verify your identity. find-saved-passwords-on-iPhone-hacktoday
  4. You’ll see a list of passwords that have been stored.

How to see saved passwords on iPhone?

If you would prefer to enter your passwords manually, the iPhone password manager allows you to do so in the Settings app.

  1. Open the Settings app on your phone.
  2. Please scroll down to Passwords and press it.
  3. When prompted, use Face ID.
  4. Select the appropriate website or app to view a password.

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How to view saved passwords on iPhone using Siri?

  1. On your iPhone, ask Siri a question. On iPhones with Face ID, you can push the right-side button. Press and hold the Home Button on other iPhones. You can also say ‘Hey Siri,’ a famous phrase.
  2. Show all my passwords,’ ask Siri now.
  3. You can also request specific passwords from Siri. ‘Show my Gmail password,’ or ‘Show my Twitter password,’ is a good example.
  4. After that, use Touch ID or Face ID to verify your identity. You’ll be in Settings, where you may see, copy, or AirDrop your password.

Learn more about How To View Saved Wi-Fi Passwords On Android?

How to delete saved passwords on iPhone?

  1. Go to Passwords & Accounts in the Settings menu. delete-saved-passwords-on-iPhone-hacktoday
  2. Passwords for Websites and Apps can be found by tapping Passwords for Websites and Apps. Use TouchID or FaceID to verify your identity. delete-saved-passwords-on-iPhone-hacktoday
  3. From the upper-right, select Edit. delete-saved-passwords-on-iPhone-hacktoday
  4. Select the entries you want to delete, then touch Delete and Confirm.

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Manually add passwords on iPhone?

  1. To access Passwords & Accounts, go to Settings and select Passwords & Accounts.
  2. Passwords for Websites and Apps can be found by tapping Passwords for Websites and Apps.
  3. Turn the plus (+) icon. Saved passwords on iPhone
  4. Fill in the details: website, username, and password. Finally, press the Done button.

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How to edit saved passwords on iPhone?

  1. Select Passwords & Accounts from the Settings menu.
  2. Passwords for Websites and Apps can be found by tapping Passwords for Websites and Apps.
  3. Then tap Edit on a saved entry. Saved passwords on iPhone
  4. You can now change the username and password fields by tapping them. You can also delete this information from the Keychain from here. Finally, press the Done button.

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Saved passwords on iPhone

What are AutoFill Passwords, and how can I use them?

While Autofill Passwords is enabled, and you’re on a website or app’s login field, you’ll see the username/email (password is not shown but auto-filled) above the keyboard (or hit the key symbol). It’s pretty useful.

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Apple, on the other hand, gives you a choice to turn off this feature. To do so, go to Settings Passwords & Accounts and press the toggle next to Autofill Passwords. After that, you’ll have to manually repeat the steps above, seeing/copying the username and password and typing/pasting it.

Conclusion

We hope this article was informative enough to guide you on finding, viewing, and managing saved passwords on your iPhone. Follow the above steps and let us know in the comment section if it works or not. Good Luck!

Hira Hafeez

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