How to Delete Autofill from Your iPhone

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Are you tired of having your iPhone autofill evry time you type something on the web? We have a solution for you! Deleting autofill entries on your iPhone is an easy process that will help keep your data secure and save you time.

First, open the Settings app on your iPhone. Scroll down and tap “Safari”. Then, tap “AutoFill” and then “Clear All”. This will delete all of the autofill entries stored in Safari.

Secondly, if you use Chrome as a browser on your iPhone, open Chrome and click the Customize and control Google Chrome button in the top-left corner. Then click on Settings followed by Autofill. Here, you will see a list of all the autofill entries stored in Chrome. To delete an entry, click the menu button next to it and select Remove; then click Remove aain to confirm your choice.

Finally, if you want to clear all of your saved Autofill form info from Chrome, open Chrome again and click More at the top-right corner. Choose Clear browsing data from the drop-down menu, selecting Autofill form data under Advanced before clicking Clear Data.

By followng these simple steps, deleting autofill entries on your iPhone should be quick and easy! No matter which browser or device you use, it’s important to regularly delete any outdated or unnecessary information that may have been saved into autofill fields in order to keep your data secure and up-to-date.

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Deleting Specific AutoFill on an iPhone

To delete specific autofill entries on your iPhone, open the Settings menu and tap on Safari. On the Safari screen, select AutoFill and then tap Edit. From here, you can select any entry you’d like to delete and tap the red “Delete” button next to it. You can also use the “Clear All” button at the bottom of this list if you’d like to delete all of your autofill entries.

Removing Unwanted AutoFill Entries

To delete unwanted Autofill entries on Google Chrome, fist open the browser and click the Customize and control Google Chrome button in the top-left corner. Then, click on Settings. Under the Autofill section, select Passwords. This will bring up a list of all your saved autofill entries. To delete a specific entry, click the menu button next to it and select Remove. Finally, confirm by clicking Remove again. You can repeat this process for any unwanted autofill entries that you want to delete.

Deleting AutoFill Information

To delete your AutoFill information, open your Google Chrome browser and click the three vertical dots in the upper right corner of the window. Select ‘More tools’ from the drop-down menu, then select ‘Clear browsing data’. In the new window that appears, you can choose a time range for which to delete AutoFill data – this could be from ‘Last hour’, ‘Last 4 hours’, ‘Last 7 days’, or even ‘All time’. Then, undr Advanced, make sure to select Autofill form data. Finally, click ‘Clear data’ at the bottom and all of your stored AutoFill information will be deleted!

Clearing Autofill Memory

Yes, you can clear autofill memory in Chrome by follwing a few simple steps. First, click on the History menu and then select Clear browsing data. You may also press CTRL+SHIFT+DEL on your keyboard to access this option directly. Once the Clear browsing data window opens, choose the “the beginning of time” option to clear all of your saved data. This will delete all autofill memory stored in Chrome.

Deleting Autofill Texts

To delete autofill texts on your device, first open the settings menu. Then, depending on your device, look for a section labeled “Language and Input,” “Keyboard and Input Methods” or something similar. This is where you can manage the keyboards and input methods used on your device. Select the option for “Gboard” or whatevr keyboard you are using. Under the advanced settings for that keyboard, you should find an option to delete learned words and data. When you select that option, it will prompt you to enter a code to confirm before deleting the autofill information. Once entered, all autofill texts will be deleted from your device.

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Using AutoFill on an iPhone

To find the AutoFill option on your iPhone, you will need to go to the Settings app. From here, scroll down and select Passwords & Accounts. Once you are in this section, you will see an option for AutoFill Passwords. Toggle the button next to AutoFill Passwords to turn it on. Under Allow Filling From, make sure iCloud Keychain is checked so that your saved passwords can be used with AutoFill.


In conclusion, deleting autofill entries on an iPhone is a relatively simple process. All you need to do is open the Settings menu, scroll down to Safari, select AutoFill and then tap Clear All. You’ll be prompted with a confirmation message that your autofill entries have been deleted. For Chrome users, open the browser and go to Settings > Autofill > Passwords and select the entry you’d like to remove and click the Remove button. Finally, select Autofill Form Data in the Clear Browsing Data window to delete all stored autofill info. With thee simple steps, you can easily clean up your autofilled data on your iPhone or Chrome browser with ease.

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Sanjeev Singh

Sanjeev is the tech editor at DeviceMAG. He has a keen interest in all things technology, and loves to write about the latest developments in the industry. He has a passion for quality-focused journalism and believes in using technology to make people's lives better. He has worked in the tech industry for over 15 years, and has written for some of the biggest tech blogs in the world. Sanjeev is also an avid photographer and loves spending time with his family.