Find Passwords Saved in Safari for iPad & iPhone on ios 11

Introduction

One of the great things about using ios devices like iPads and iPhones is the was Apple saves and stores passwords for you. They call this function the Keychain. For many years Keychain passwords were found under Settings – Safari. But in ios 11 Apple reorganized things and now stores Safari passwords in a different location along with email accounts. Finding them can be challenging.

Finding Passwords in Settings

You can always use the search bar that Apple added to ios settings a few years back. But that can provide a confusing assortment of responses because there are now several different locations for different types of passwords. I find myself spending too much time searching for my Safari passwords over and over again, which I usually want to retrieve to copy and paste one into my password manager. So I decided to write this post and add these screenshots once I found out where they are located now.

Go to Settings and scroll down

Keep Scrolling Past Privacy

(Privacy is a place I kept looking for them!)

You’ll Find Them Under Accounts & Passwords

Closing

That’s all there is too it! Once there you’ll need to provide your device PIN, use Touch ID or Face Unlock to access the passwords your device has saved. Then you can use the search bar to search for them with a specific website’s name. When you find the one you need, you can edit it or copy a password onto the clipboard to paste into something else.

About vsajewel

Hi...I'm the author of 2 main blogs on WordPress...vsatips...where I write tech tips for mobile devices...primarily ios...2nd is vsatrends...where I write less about tech things and more about everything else. I also host a YouTube channel which I use to better illustrate some of the 'how to's' in my posts. I love everything about technology. Currently, my main interests/platforms are ios, Windows and Amazon Echo. Recently I decided we were spending way too much money with our local cable provider. So I decided to cut the cord. There is a definite learning curve, especially the antennae part, but we successfully did that and are now saving a boatload of money, so I write some about that. I also am extremely conscientious about security because of an event my family endured , so I write a lot about that too. Two sub-categories of security I tend to focus on are the password manager Dashlane and Hardware Firewalls. Last, I take a lot of notes and have been a beta tester for Evernote for many years. I love Evernote! In recent years Apple has beefed up Apple Notes a lot...so it’s become a fairly serious note contender...as long as its OK if you lose or mess up all your Apple note data. I write about those 2 note platforms primarily.
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