Forgot a Login Name or Password in Safari? Here’s How to View It on iPhone

Few people know that the passwords you’ve saved in Safari are available to view on your iPhone. Don’t worry about security, your fingerprint (Touch ID) or Face ID is needed to access the passwords. But if you’ve forgotten your login name or password, this tip makes it easy to find and view them. Here’s how to view your Safari login names and passwords.

Related: How to Use the Look Up Feature in Safari

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Forgot a Login Name or Password? Here’s How to View It on iPhone

  • Open the Settings app.

  • Tap Accounts & Passwords.

  • Select App & Website Passwords.

  • Use Touch ID or Face ID to get access.

Forgot a Login Name or Password in Safari? Here’s How to View It on iPhone

Each website you’ve saved a login name and password for will appear in a list. You can tap on each to view your login information. You can also select Edit in the upper right corner to mass delete old logins and passwords that are no longer accurate, just be careful not to delete any you might still need.

 
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Conner Carey is a writer & joyous creator; she works with online businesses to develop their brand and as a creative consultant to help artists of all kinds get unblocked. You can reach her at connercarey.com (coming soon) or @connerleecarey on Instagram. She’s currently garage-selling all of her stuff to hit the road in an RV full-time with her mom, Jan and dog, Jodi. Follow their adventures on instagram @georgiatheRV.