Apple is offered the possibility to share WiFi passwords between Apple devices. But, in order to share Wi-Fi passwords with other devices, sometimes we have to look up the password. Fortunately, Apple introduced the ability to look up passwords of known Wi-Fi networks in iOS 16 or iPadOS 16 updates. Here’s how to do it:
Make sure you update the firmware on your iPhone or iPad to the most recent iOS or iPadOS versions.
- Launch Settings on your iPhone or iPad. Settings application on either or off your iPhone or iPad
- Go to Wi-Fi.
- Now, tap the More Info button right next to the Wi-Fi connection in the Wi-Fi list.
- Touch the Password field.
- Note that the device may ask users to confirm their identity using Finger ID or Touch ID according to the device.
- After verification, you’ll be able to see the Wi-Fi password you have saved
- You can now take a look at the password, then remember it and type it into another device. You can also copy it and send it via any messaging application.
If you’re wondering what you can do to transfer Wi-Fi logins across Apple devices Here are the steps to follow:
In the event that they’re running the iPad, iPhone or Mac and are on your contacts list. Make sure that Wi-Fi is turned on as well as Bluetooth across both devices. Also, switch off Personal Hotspot, if it is turned on. Also, make sure you have your Apple ID email address saved on another phone. Make sure the device (the one that is sharing with you the username) is locked in connection to the WiFi network.
Choose the Wi-Fi network for the device that you want to connect to. Then, on your device, press Share Password Then tap Done.