Maybe you prefer to write passwords in a notebook. You might want to create your own passwords. However, you do not like the new iOS 12 automatic password generator, and you do not need it each time you enter a new password in Safari or a third-party app. Luckily, with iOS 12 you can completely disable the feature. Unfortunately, this advantage comes with a catch.
To disable the new password creation tool in iOS 12, you must also disable Apple's AutoFill feature for passwords. This option allows you to automatically enter usernames and passwords from your iCloud keychain or the third-party password manager into fields when you sign in to accounts in Safari or other apps. In addition, iOS can automatically fill in SMS codes sent via 2FA. In order to avoid the password generator, you also have to do without AutoFill and all its functions.
If you do not use third-party password managers, you can simply disable AutoFill by tapping "Passwords" & Accounts, "and then make sure that" AutoFill Passwords "is disabled.
If you do do use a stranger Password Manager, the process is slightly different. Open the settings, tap on "Passwords and Accounts" and then on "AutoFill Password." This will open a new page where you can use the "AutoFill Passwords" option for iCloud Keychain, which removes Apple's ability to suggest passwords, and if a third-party password manager also has this capability, you can also disable it disable here.
Enjoy your AutoFill-free iOS 12 experience! If you find that the benefits of hiding the password generator are less than losing the AutoFill features mentioned above, you can undo this decision at any time by enabling AutoFill Passwords again.
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