Use Siri to find saved passwords
Use Siri to view your passwords by saying something like "Hey Siri, show my passwords." If you're looking for the password to a specific app or website, you can also ask Siri. For example, say "Hey Siri, what is my Hulu password?"
View saved passwords and passkeys in Settings
- Tap Settings, then select Passwords. In iOS 13 or earlier, select Passwords & Accounts, then tap Website & App Passwords.
- Use Face ID or Touch ID when prompted, or enter your passcode.
- To see a password or passkey, select a website or app.
- To delete a saved password or passkey, tap Delete Password or Delete Passkey.
- To update a password or passkey, tap Edit.
Need more help?
- iCloud Keychain keeps your passwords, passkeys, and other secure information updated across your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac. Set up iCloud Keychain.
- Get help if you don't see your saved passwords or passkeys in iCloud Keychain.
- Learn more about passkeys as a replacement for passwords. They are faster to sign in with, easier to use, and more secure.
- Set up and use AutoFill in Safari on your iPhone.