The iOS 16 update includes a range of quality of life improvements that make using an iPhone more enjoyable, and one of those small improvements is password access to the WiFi network you’re on. are currently logged in.

If you’re at a friend or family member’s house and you don’t know the WiFi network password even though you’ve connected to it before, there’s no way to see it in iOS 15. That changes in ‌iOS 16‌.

When you open the WiFi section of the Settings app and then tap on the network you’re connected to, there’s a new “Password” option. Tap on it to display the password for this WiFi network, after authentication with Face ID, Touch ID or a password.

This is a handy feature if you need to share a password with someone else or want to sign in on another non-Apple device where sharing isn’t automatically available.

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