If you are a fan of good online security, then you must have a special, strong password for all the websites you visit. This helps you to stop repeating passwords by letting you create a lengthy combination of upper and lowercase letters, numbers, and special symbols.
Surely, it is impossible to remember these passwords, and that is why Safari on your iPhone can help you to remember. Normally, Safari will suggest auto-filling the right password at the right time, but it is also possible to display and manage the complete set of remembered passwords as well. Let’s jump right into it:
- Launch the Settings app on your iOS device.
- Click “Passwords & Accounts.”
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- Click “Website & App Passwords.” You might be prompted to type in your passcode or get yourself logged in with Touch ID or Face ID.
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- Your iPhone will now show your full list of saved passwords. If want to see the password details (the login username and password plus the URL of the site that the password is associated with), then type in the prompted entry for the password.
There are other opinions you can try to. You have options. A few of them are:
- If a saved password is no longer needed and you wish to delete it, just swipe it to the left and click “Delete.”
- For editing a password, click it and click “Edit” in the top right corner of the display. Click “Done” to get your changes saved.
- If you wish to head to a site to change your password, just tap the password and then click “Change Password on Website.” Safari will help to open the right site where the password can be updated.