Looking up your Accounts and Passwords on an iPhone or iPad!


Everyone knows that password security plays a vital role in our life. And that both iPhone and iPad can save the passwords for you. That implies you can watch them at a moment’s notice, which is highly convenient. But to know about the method of checking up on the password iOS has saved, you need to look below.

If you already have your iOS save your names and passwords, the next time whenever you need to enter them, the system shall advise you not only to not remember them but also you don’t have to manually type it. That’s a big thing because it means you’re more likely to utilize unique passwords, which as a result makes your account safer. If by chance, you are not using an entirely dedicated password manager, you at least should be using the system built into iOS.

Searching which passwords in iOShas actually saved and then adding those that aren’t present may take some time I guess but you won’t regret taking the time to do it if only to remove having to re-enter password over and over again. So let’s take a look at searching which passwords you have saved first, and then moving further on to add any that are missing.

  1. The Method Of Finding Which Passwords Are Already Saved-
  • Like most things in iOS, your passwords are inside the Settings app. So firstly, open up settings, and then open the ‘Passwords and Accounts’ section.
  • After that, hit ‘Websites and App Passwords’.
  • Next, after completing authentication using either Face ID, Touch ID, or by your passcode, you will be able to see a list of saved passwords.
  • You can find this list by tapping the ‘Search’ field, or else you can see it in the list the password that you want.
  • Note that tapping an entry will present you the associated username and password.
  1. The Method Of Adding A New Password-
  • To add a new password, you need to open the Settings app and hit ‘Passwords and Accounts’.
  • Then hit, ‘Website and App Passwords’.
  • Next, the authentication needs to be done by you byutilizing Face ID, Touch ID or with your passcode.
  • After that, hit the ‘+’ button to open the new password entry screen.
  • Finally, enter the details of the password you want to add and then hit the ‘Done’ Button to finish the process.

That’s it! Apple’s already built in a password manager isn’t as healthy as something like LastPass (for which you can’t generate passwords), but it does the trick.

Hope, this blog would have been helpful for you.

Joe Martin is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, Joe has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as office.com/setup.