Apple can store usernames and passwords in iCloud Keychain, so you can use Face ID or Touch ID to quickly log in to apps and websites. But what if you want to manage your stored accounts and passwords?
Here’s a detailed guide on how to find and edit passwords stored on your iPhone and iPad.
- 1 How to find passwords stored on iPhone and iPad
- 2 How to view stored passwords using Siri
- 3 What is an autofill password?
- 4 How to remove your account and password from iCloud Keychain
- 5 Manually add passwords to iCloud Keychain
- 6 How to edit passwords saved on iPhone and iPad
- 7 What are the security recommendations for iOS 14?
How to find passwords stored on iPhone and iPad
- Open Configuration..
- Tap Password and account (IOS 13). For iOS 14, the name is password..
- Tap Website and app passwords.. Authenticate using Face ID or Touch ID.
- A list of saved passwords is displayed.
How to view stored passwords using Siri
- Summon Siri on your iPhone. To do this, press the button on the right side of the iPhone that has Face ID. On other iPhones, press and hold the home button. You can also use the hot word “Hey Siri”.
- Then ask Siri to “show all passwords”.
- You can also ask Siri for a specific password. This is something like “Show Gmail password” or “Show Twitter password”.
- Then authenticate using Touch ID or Face ID.You can view, copy, or AirDrop your credentials[設定]Is displayed.
What is an autofill password?
If password autofill is enabled, the username / email address (password will not be displayed but will be autofilled) will be displayed above the keyboard when displaying the login field of the website or app. It will be displayed automatically (or tap the key icon). very convenient.
However, Apple offers an option to disable this feature.To do this, below[パスワードの自動入力]Tap the toggle next to Configuration → Password and account.. After this, you will need to manually perform the above steps to verify / copy and enter / paste your username and password.
How to remove your account and password from iCloud Keychain
- Open Configuration → Password and account..
- Tap Website and app passwords.. Authenticate using Touch ID or Face ID.
- From the upper right[編集]Tap.
- Select the desired entry and tap Delete and confirm..
Manually add passwords to iCloud Keychain
- Open Configuration Tap Password and account..
- Tap Website and app passwords..
- Tap the plus icon (+).
- Enter your website, username and password.Finally, tap end..
How to edit passwords saved on iPhone and iPad
- Release Configuration Tap Password and account..
- Tap Website and app passwords..
- Tap the saved entry, then edit..
- You can now tap the username and password fields to make changes. From here you can also remove this entry from your keychain.Finally, tap end..
What are the security recommendations for iOS 14?
In iOS 13, if you use the same password on multiple sites or apps, you’ll see a small triangle with an exclamation point. Tap it to see sites with the same password. Pretty neat!
With iOS 14, Apple has taken password monitoring to the next level. This will automatically tell you if the password you use is involved in a data breach. If you find a violation, you can upgrade to protect your sign-in with Apple or set a new password.
Apple says: “Safari uses strong encryption technology to regularly check password derivations against a list of compromised passwords, providing Apple with a secure and private way to keep password information private. “
We hope this article will help you manage the passwords and accounts stored on your iPhone and iPad. Please let me know if you have any questions in the comments below.
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