Passwords are a pain, especially on mobile devices. The iPhone offers an elegant solution in Touch ID, but unfortunately you can’t use Touch ID for every iOS password situation (yet). You can, however, bypass iOS 7’s defaults so that Safari will remember your long, thoughtful, super-secure passwords and credit card info. Yes, you say, but doesn’t every site have its own app now? Turns out, no. And sometimes even if they do, you may want the more robust features offered by the mobile or full, non mobile-optimized site. In these cases, typing in all your account information is a pain. If you’re also a Mac (10.9 Mavericks) user, here’s where iCloud Keychain comes into play. In your System Preferences, set up an iCloud Security Code under the iCloud pane if you haven’t already done so. Keychain will save all of your login information for accounts. Next, restart your iPhone, which must be running iOS 7.0.3 or later.
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