Apple Configurator 2 makes it easy to deploy iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and Apple TV devices in your school or business. Use Apple Configurator 2 to quickly configure large numbers of devices connected to your Mac via USB with the settings, apps, and data you specify for your students, employees, or customers. Rebuilt from the ground up, Apple Configurator 2 features a flexible, device-centric design that enables you to configure one or dozens of devices quickly and easily. Simply select a single device or many at once and perform an action. With Apple Configurator 2, you're able to update software, install apps and configuration profiles, rename and change wallpaper on devices, export device information and documents, and much more. You can also inspect any device to see details like serial number and hardware addresses, which apps and profiles are installed, and its console log. Apple Configurator 2 integrates with the Device Enrollment Program to automate MDM enrollment as well as the Volume Purchase Program to seamlessly distribute apps from the App Store. The all-new Prepare assistant makes it easy to supervise and configure a cart of iPads for the classroom or quickly enroll a large number of devices in your MDM server for ongoing management. The built-in configuration profile editor supports creating and editing profiles with the latest iOS settings. If you’re configuring devices in an environment where consistency is critical, Blueprints allow you to create a custom configuration for your devices that can be applied with one click. A Blueprint is a template device to which you add configuration profiles and apps and perform actions, just like you would to a connected physical device. Fully automate Apple Configurator 2 and integrate its capabilities into your existing device management workflows using the included command-line tool, AppleScript scripting library, or Automator Actions. Support for iCloud Drive enables you to keep your configuration profiles and other settings consistent across multiple Configurator stations.
If you wanted this to replace feature from iTunes to manage your individual devices, forget it. It's design only for IT dept. that manges and configures lots of devices. IT dept can spend hours organizing configuration and the minutes setup dozens of devices. Individual hours doing configurations, use it once and never need to use it again. Individual, just do it on your iphone and save hours learning this and then only ever use it once.
After spending 30 minutes re-arranging my apps and then clicking "Apply", I expected my apps to be rearranged nicely. Unfortunately, Apple Configurator somehow moved all my apps to different locations, making a mess of where all my apps should go! With nearly 200 apps on my iPhone, managing them one at a time is not practical but it looks like Apple did a real disservice here.
Does not work with Catalina betas. Crashes instantly..
This app makes me suddenly understand jailbreaking.
Will not even open on the latest version of MacOS Catalina
happens when i plug in device
If you are going to release all these bells and whistle, perhaps make sure some of the required software to update them is up to date. Last Update 2 months ago, sure thats going to hold strong on these bleeding edge releases. The Apple TV Generation4 is impossible with the Version 2.9 of this rubbish. #Crapple
I never write reviews, but this app is so bad I had to write one to warn others. Trying to move pages on an iphone 8. Worse experience ever. Was so easy in itunes. Dont waste your time unless you want to spend an hour trying to move things in the correct order. Your better off spending the time to manually move each app on your phone to a new page. The app throws pages whereever it feels like it. Sometimes it wont even let you move it anywhere. But when you drop it, it throws the page where ever it wants.
The program does what it is made for without problems. But DO NOT see it as a replacement for itunes, because it is not.
This is THE application for managing iOS device deployments without a Mobile Device Manager. I'm not sure why so much hate for home screen layout functionality... Go complain on iTunes reviews since it was the one that lost that feature.