How do you remember an iPhone passcode? Do you dread entering them every time your phone goes off? How about when you’re left alone in  

a public place or while watching your favorite movie on the giant HDTV in the lobby? How much longer will it be before automatic password protection,  

which requires entering a code each time your phone turns itself on, becomes the norm? In iOS 8 and iPhone 6s and later,  

Instead of typing in digits or letters, users are prompted to type in digits by using a numeric keypad and a two-digit numeric code.  

This makes it harder for attackers to guess passcodes because they have more than just nine possible combinations to go through. 

If you’ve got an iPhone 6s or later running iOS 8 or an iPhone 7 running iOS 10, this article is for you. We’ll tell you everything you need to know 

about remembering iPhone passcodes without a keyboard. Can’t remember iPhone passcode What is a passcode?

A passcode is a series of numbers and letters that will enable you to access your encrypted device. You’ll type in the code whenever you want to access your device