Passwords protect your personal information from being stolen, and that's pretty important. Some websites allow you to create passwords that are easy to remember, while others require the works: upper case letters, symbols, numbers, eight characters in length, and your first born child. OK, maybe not the latter.
That's a lot to remember, especially considering the number of websites you visit each day that require passwords. Well, as it turns out, you don't ever need to remember your passwords, because your iPhone does it for you.
If you weren't aware of this feature before, get ready to have your mind blown.
Here's how to find all your passwords you've ever created:
- Go to your Settings
- Click on Accounts & Passwords
- Click on App & Website Passwords
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You'll be asked to enter your Touch ID to access a page that securely holds the logins and passwords for every website you've created them for. There's even a search button to help you find what you're looking for quicker.
So, you don't need to deal with sending a request for a forgotten password ever again—they're all literally right at your fingertips.