Many users use the useful Safari browser feature to store passwords and automatically log in to websites. This eliminates the need to manually enter access data into the login fields.
However, it may be necessary to display a saved password or to edit it. How this works on an iPhone or iPad is explained in the following instructions:
Viewing and Editing Passwords Stored with Safari
1. Open the iOS settings
2. Navigate there to "Accounts & Passwords".
3. Tap on "App & Website Passwords".
View and edit passwords - iPhone
4.You will now see all Internet pages and the associated usernames Safari has created a password for
5. Tap on "Edit" in the upper right corner - you will now see the password of the page
6. You can now also edit this, if necessary - changes will be applied with "Done
Now you know how to view and, if necessary, change passwords created by the Safari browser on an iPhone or iPad.
If a warning icon appears next to a stored item (triangle with exclamation point), it means that you are using the same password for multiple accounts.
It may be necessary to display a saved password or to edit it. How this works on an iPhone or iPad is explained in the following instructions.