One of those features is one of the most anticipated. In the upcoming iOS 16, Apple is finally allowing users to view saved WiFi passwords.
The password of cached WiFi networks has never been visible on the iPhone, but a simple setting now does.
On the iPhone, sharing WiFi passwords has never been simple. When you visit a family member or a friend who possesses an iPhone, you will realize how difficult it is.
You must either recall the WiFi password or read it from a note you penned one fine day.
However, unless you have an Apple device, you can’t rely on your iPhone to figure out your WiFi password. When iOS 16 is released later this year, however, this will no longer be the case.
The log of a WiFi network appears in the WiFi settings once you connect to it. By pressing on the WiFi log and then on “Password” in the developer preview of iOS 16, you may see the password.
Unless Apple decides to change the feature, it’s likely that the identical setting will appear in the stable version of iOS 16. It could either add new functionality or eliminate existing capabilities.