How to Autofill Passwords, Credit Card Info in Safari with Face ID on iPhone X, Xs, Xs Max, and XR

Autofilling passwords and credit card info in Safari with Face ID on iPhone X, Xs, Xs Max, and iPhone XR is super convenient. Follow along this quick guide to set up Safari Password AutoFill!

So far I have had a great experience using Face ID on my iPhone. Facial recognition technology can carry out all the assigned tasks with desired security and reliability. Case in point, autofilling passwords, and credit card info in Safari with Face ID on iPhone X, Xs, Xs Max, and XR is pretty simple.

Once you have set up Safari AutoFill on your iPhone, you won’t need to enter saved information manually. Simply authenticate your identity using Face ID and you are done.

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How to Autofill Passwords and Credit Card Info in Safari with Face ID on iPhone X, Xs, Xs Max, and XR

How to Set Up Safari Password AutoFill on iPhone X Series

First and foremost, be sure that Password AutoFill is perfectly set up on your iPhone.

Make sure iCloud Keychain is enabled on your device: Open Settings → Apple ID banner → iCloud → Keychain and turn it on.

For those unfamiliar, iCloud Keychain allows you to keep your account names, passwords, and even credit cards numbers safe and up-to-date across your devices.

Tap on Settings then Profile on iPhone X

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Tap on iCloud then Keychain in iPhone X Settings

Enable iCloud Keychain on iPhone X

Ensure that Password AutoFill is turned on your iPhone: Launch Settings app → Face ID & Passcode → Enter your iPhone X Passcode → toggle on Password AutoFill, if it’s not already enabled.

Tap on Face ID & Passcode and Enter iPhone X Passcode

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Enable Password Autofill in iPhone X Settings

Allow Safari to Autofill: Now, you need to ensure what sort of information you want to fill in Safari automatically.

To do so, head over to Settings → Scroll down and tap on Safari → AutoFill → Next, you have the option to autofill your contact information, your personal information, and credit cards. Toggle on the respective option based on your need.

Tap on Settings then Safari on iPhone X

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Enable Contact Information and Credit Cards for Safari Autofill on iPhone XOnce you have taken care of the basic things, getting started is a breeze.

How to Use Safari Password AutoFill with Face ID on iPhone X Series

Once you have enabled Safari AutoFill, you can use this feature to quickly fill out the saved information.

Step #1. Open Safari on your iPhone and go to a website.

Open Safari on your iPhone X

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Step #2. Next, tap the sign in the field. You should see your username or password above the keyboard. Tap it.

Tap on username or password Autofill in iPhone Keyboard above

Step #3. Up next, simply glance at your device to autofill the information.

Use Safari Password AutoFill with Face ID on iPhone X

That’s pretty much it, folks!

Indeed, managing passwords has become a painless experience now thanks to the much-improved iCloud Keychain.

Whether it’s securely sharing passwords via AirDrop, using Siri to access the saved keys instantly, forcing Safari to save the login details, or setting a preferred Password AutoFill provider, the built-in password manager can give a long run to the best third-party password managers.

Signing off…

Agreed, Face ID is not perfect as yet and will take some time to be as fast as Touch ID. But it’s more secure than the latter.

Don’t miss out on the below guides as well:

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Jignesh Padhiyarhttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Jignesh Padhiyar is the co-founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around Apple products. During his tight schedule, Jignesh finds some moments of respite to share side-splitting contents on social media.

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