Last week I downloaded a Bitcoin Wallet from bitcoin.com. It is on my iPad. I also put the same wallet on my iPhone. As I was setting the wallet up, I recorded my 12-words, placed them in the proper order when asked, I wrote them down, then sent my wallet info to iCloud using the provided address and created a password for that. It is a file in iCloud named "wallet.data"... but... is that the only password I need? My iCloud password?? I don't recall being asked to create any other password than that. Please help. My Wallet now has 1000's in funds received but will I ever be able to spend it?? I'm a bit in a panic at the moment. Please help.
A few things...
As a general rule do not store your seed phrase on services like iCloud or Google Drive etc. If your account is compromised by someone with malintent, your crypto will likely disappear forever.
You don't need a password and even if the app required you to make a password to login you wouldn't really need the password to access your coins. You only need your seed phrase.
You can input your seed phrase with the same bitcoin wallet program or almost any other and gain access to your coins again. As long as you have the seed phrase, your good.
Also, I would move those coins to a new address with a new seed phrase if you value those funds.
One more thing, hardware wallets are generally your most secure option.