Since iOS 11, your iPhone has stored your passwords for your various accounts, and offers you helpful input for them when it detects a login screen. With iOS 1
2 you can continue your password-saving capabilities, but now you can have your iPhone ($ 1,000 at Cricket Wireless) generate strong passwords for your apps and accounts. Because if it's up to you, you're probably going to create the same weak to maybe medium passwords and use them (or slightly smart derivatives) for your accounts.
Why do not you have to enter passwords manually to make them complex and difficult to crack? If you create a different password for iOS 12 for each of your accounts, you can avoid the error with the same password for multiple accounts .
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Generating a strong password with iOS 12
When you create an account for an app or website in Safari, iOS 12 offers to create a strong password. All you have to do is tap the password field when creating an account, and iOS offers to create a strong password. Just tap the blue Use Strong Password button to allow iOS 12 to create a long, complex password for your account.
Next you will be asked if you want to save the password in your iCloud Keychain. Tap Save password and you can then log in to the account without entering the password but using the user ID, Touch ID or iPhone passcode.
Not available everywhere
I checked out a handful of apps for which I had not yet created an account, and one for three.
First I tried to create an Intuit account with the Mint app in a roadblock with the Confirm Password field. I was able to create a strong password for the first password field, but then I could not copy and paste the strong password I just created or even put it in the "Confirm Password" box. I tried to use the Use Strong Password button for the Confirm Password field, but only created a different password that did not match the first one. And I could not get the password from my iCloud keychain because I had not created the account yet. A strong password never felt so far away.
Next, I tried to create an account for the Bandcamp app, but when I touched the password box, I did not bid to create a strong password.
I last installed the Starbucks app and found strong password success. Without confirming a password field, I filled in my information, tapped the password field, set up a strong password, and was ready to order a cold coffee with milk in less than a minute.
As a reminder, iOS 12 is currently available in beta. It is likely that the features will change until the release this fall. We will update this article as needed until then.
Manage saved passwords
To view, edit or delete saved passwords, go to Settings> Passwords & Accounts> Website & App Passwords log With the face ID, the touch ID or your password, you will see an alphabetical list of your accounts.
Apple did not respond immediately to a request for comment.