Mobile Phones iPhone & iOS How to Enable or Change AutoFill Information on an iPhone Update AutoFill for personal info, credit cards, passwords, and more by Scott Orgera Writer Scott Orgera is a former writer who covering tech since 2007. He has 25+ years experience as a programmer and QA leader, and holds several Microsoft certifications. our editorial process Facebook Twitter Scott Orgera Updated on April 02, 2020 iPhone & iOS Switching from Android Tweet Share Email Smartphones, such as the Apple iPhone, are used every day to pay bills, conduct business, purchase items, and more. To do all this, you repeatedly type personal information, such as names, email addresses, credit card information, phone numbers, usernames, and passwords. The iPhone AutoFill feature, which works with Safari, prepopulates much of this commonly used data. It's easy to enable AutoFill and add, change, or update the information it pulls. The instructions in this article apply to iPhones with iOS 12 and above. Enable AutoFill to Use Your Contact Info First, make sure AutoFill is enabled in the Safari settings so it can use your contact information. To enable AutoFill to use your contact data: Open the Settings app. Tap Safari to open Safari Settings. Tap AutoFill. Turn on the Use Contact Info toggle switch. Tap My Info. Select your contact info. Your contact info is now enabled for AutoFill. To change to a different contact, tap My Info and update it with the new contact. Change or Update Your Personal Info for AutoFill AutoFill pulls your personal information, including your name, phone number, and email address, from your My Card contact card in Contacts. Here's how to change or update this information: Open Contacts. Tap My Card at the top of the screen. Tap Edit. Change your name or company name, and add a phone number, email address, birthday, URL, and more. Tap Done. Your personal contact information is changed, and AutoFill will now pull this updated data. Your phone number is automatically pulled from Settings. You can add additional phone numbers, such as a home number. Similarly, email addresses are pulled from Mail and can't be changed here, but you can add a new email address. Enable or Change AutoFill for Credit and Debit Cards To enable AutoFill to use your credit and debit card information, and to add a new credit card to AutoFill: Open the Settings app. Tap Safari to open Safari Settings. Tap AutoFill. Turn on the Credit Cards toggle switch to enable Credit Card AutoFill. Tap Saved Credit Cards. Enter your iPhone passcode or Touch ID if asked, or use Face ID if supported. Scroll down and select Add Credit Card. Add a credit or debit card manually or use the camera to take a picture of the card. AutoFill can now access your updated credit card information. To edit or delete any saved credit card, go to Settings > Safari > AutoFill > Saved Credit Cards, and tap the card you want to edit or delete. Tap Edit and then tap Delete Credit Card or change the credit card information. Tap Done. Enable or Change AutoFill for IDs and Passwords Activate the iCloud Keychain To enable AutoFill to save and use IDs and passwords, the iCloud Keychain must first be activated. To activate the iCloud Keychain: Open the Settings app and tap your Apple ID banner at the top of the screen. Tap iCloud. Scroll down the list and select Keychain. Turn on the iCloud Keychain toggle switch and enter your Apple ID password if prompted. Enable AutoFill to Use Saved IDs and Passwords To allow AutoFill to use your saved IDs and passwords: Go to Settings and scroll down to Passwords and Accounts. Tap AutoFill Passwords. Toggle AutoFill Passwords to On. Under Allow Filling From, make sure iCloud Keychain is checked. Your saved passwords are now accessible by AutoFill.