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View Saved Safari, Credit Card, Wi-Fi Password on iPhone and iPad

How to Find and View Saved Safari, Credit Card, Wi-Fi Password on iPhone and iPad with iCloud Keychain

December 13, 2016 02:30 pm / Posted by Jenefey Aaron to iPhone Problems and Fixes
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Since introduced in iOS 7, iCloud Keychain enables iPhone and iPad users to save the newest Safari website usernames and passwords, credit card information, and Wi-Fi network information on all your approved Apple devices (iOS 7.0.3 or later, OS X Mavericks 10.9 or later). It would be a little too easy to forget these passwords, especially those not used so often.

To find and view saved Safari password, credit card information and Wi-Fi password on Apple devices using iCloud Keychain (mainly). Followed, I’ll explain detailed steps to find Safari password, credit card info and Wi-Fi password respectively.

Find and View Saved Safari Password

To view a saved Safari password on your iPhone or iPad, iCloud Keychain would be a great help.

You will then be free to paste the copied password to any place you like.

Editor’s Note: You might also be interested in How to Clear Safari History and Cookies.

Find and See Stored Credit Card Information

To see saved credit card numbers on your iPhone or iPad, follow steps below:

Find and See Stored Wi-Fi Password on iPhone (both Jailbroken and Non-jailbroken)

Unlike the former, saved Wi-Fi passwords are not allowed to be accessed from any settings on your iPhone and iPad, unless you have been jailbroken. You could find plenty apps (such as WiFi Password) on Cydia store to help you find Wi-Fi password. However, if your iPhone is non-jailbroken, still, there are a couple workarounds you can try.

Tick 1: Use Keychain and iCloud Sync

Tick 2: Log into Router with Default User

iCloud Keychain works with third-party apps, it’s highly suggested that you use some password management apps (like 1password) together with iCloud Keychain to better manage your passwords.

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