Safari allows the users to save the passwords when they first log-in to a site. If you let Safari save the password, it becomes easy to log-in to that site next time as the log-in information has already been saved in the browser. You can also retrieve the saved passwords if you want to log-in to a site on a different device.
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In this guide, we will show you how to view saved passwords in Safari on the iPhone.
View Saved Passwords in Safari on iPhone
Follow the steps mentioned below to view the saved passwords in Safari on the iPhone:
- Go to the “Settings” in your device by manually finding it, or using the spotlight feature to search Settings and opening it from there.
- Scroll down the “Settings” screen to “Passwords & Accounts” settings. Tap on it to view the settings.
- Tap “Websites & App Passwords” in the “Passwords & Accounts” section.
- Enter the code for your device it could either be done by using touch ID, Face ID, or your Passcode. A list of saved accounts information will be displayed with the website name. Navigate to the entry that you want to retrieve and tap on it.
- The log-in details of that particular account will be displayed on the next screen. From here you can memorize the password or save it somewhere else and enter it where required.