Welcome to this tutorial on how to check the WiFi password on your iPhone. In this article, we will guide you through the process step by step, ensuring that you can easily access and view your WiFi password whenever needed.
Checking WiFi Password on iPhone
Are you connected to a WiFi network and want to know the password? Follow these simple steps:
Step 1: Open Settings
To begin, unlock your iPhone and tap on the Settings app. The Settings app is represented by a gray icon with gears.
Step 2: Access Wi-Fi Settings
Within the Settings menu, locate and tap on Wi-Fi. This will open the Wi-Fi settings panel where you can view all available networks.
Step 3: Find Your Network
In the Wi-Fi settings panel, look for the network name (SSID) that you are currently connected to. The network with a checkmark next to it indicates your current connection.
Step 4: View Password
To view the password for your current Wi-Fi network, tap on the blue i icon next to the network name. This will open the network details page.
- If iOS 13 or later:
- You will see a field labeled Password. Tap on it and your iPhone will display your Wi-Fi password in plain text.
- If iOS 12 or earlier:
- You need to scroll down and tap on Advanced Settings.
On the Advanced settings page, tap on Wi-Fi Password. Your iPhone will then prompt you to authenticate with your device passcode or Touch ID/Face ID. After authentication, you will see your Wi-Fi password in plain text.
Step 5: Note Down the Password
Once you have viewed the password, it is a good practice to note it down in a secure place for future reference. This way, you can easily reconnect your devices and share the password with others when necessary.
Congratulations! You have successfully checked the WiFi password on your iPhone. Remember to keep this information secure and only share it with trusted individuals.
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