If you do a lot of work online, you should have a strong, unique password for every website you visit. This means that your password cannot be used more than once and includes lowercase and uppercase letters, numbers, and special characters.
Of course, it is best to remember all the passwords you set up. If you can’t, the Safari app on your iPhone will ask to save passwords for each site for you. Safari usually suggests auto-filling passwords at the appropriate time, but you have complete control over all passwords stored on your device.
Use Siri to find your saved passwords
Use Siri to display your passwords by saying something like “Hey Siri, view my passwords.If you’re looking for a password for a specific app or website, you can also ask Siri. For example, say “Hey Siri, what’s my Netflix password?“
How to view saved passwords on iPhone in Settings
- On iOS 14 or later, go to Settings, then select Passwords. (In iOS 13 and earlier, select Passwords and accountsthen tap Website and application passwords).
- Use Face ID or Touch ID when prompted, or enter your passcode.
- item display Security suggestions and the saved password or confirmation code.
- To view the password or passcode, select a website or app.
- The iPhone displays the account details for the user’s Apple account including the username and password.
- To delete a saved password or passcode, tap Delete the password or Remove the passcode.
- To update your password or passcode, tap release.