What’s New

Version 2.10

• Wi-Fi: Configure WPA3 Personal security type
• VPN IKEv2: Configure Enable Fallback setting to support Wi-Fi Assist
• Exchange ActiveSync: Enable Mail, Calendar, Contacts, and Reminders individually for managed accounts
• Configure new supervised-only Restrictions: Allow Find My Device, Allow Find My Friends, Allow external drive access in Files app, Force Wi-Fi to on
• Skip Dark Mode and Welcome panes in Setup Assistant

• Wi-Fi: Configure WPA3 Personal security type

Ratings and Reviews

2.7 out of 5
168 Ratings

168 Ratings

Soxfan42 ,

I upgraded to 2.5 and then deleted it

I tried using Configurator 2.4 (as a substitute for iTunes for app management) from a suggestion I had read in an article online. I have not upgraded (to use the term loosely) iTunes to 12.7 due to the features that had been taken out of it; features I used. Long story short, I downloaded Configurator 2.5, only to see a popup message saying that it required iTunes 12.7 — so I deleted Configurator, as I was no longer able to use it. I didn’t see in the description of version 2.5 that iTunes 12.7 was required.

macwhizNY ,

Perhaps Apple’s worst application

This may be the poster child for how bad things have gotten with Apple’s software quality.

Try using this software for the most simple possible thing: Moving icons around on your fully-updated iPhone’s home screen. That’s a function that used to be in iTunes, but got removed because Reasons.

Selecting the option to modify the home screen will, after a pause, bring up a sort-of, kind-of view of your apps in a dialog sheet.

But the icons will be small; small enough to be hard to see—on a 27” Retina iMac. And the bottom row will be cut off. The font will be odd. You won’t see your iPhone wallpaper, either. There will be four app icons floating at the bottom of the sheet; after a moment, you’ll realize those are the Dock icons. The UI doesn’t make this clear.

Now try resizing the sheet. (After all, you want to see if you can make those tiny icons bigger.)

All but the first row of app icons will disappear, the Spinning Wheel of Death starts, and the application locks up until you force-quit it. Because you resized a dialog sheet.

(Should this even BE a modal interaction?)

This application is more mid-‘90s Microsoft than Apple. It’s an embarrasment. That it’s at version 2.6.1 and still this rough and buggy speaks volumes about how Apple’s software engineers are spread too thin and vital projects are not receiving badly-needed attention.

elgrego1939 ,

Apple has outdone itself

The interface in iTunes for editing the iOS home screen pages was pretty bad and mysteriously processor-intensive, but now that we've inexplicably lost that ability in iTunes without having a consumer-level replacement ready to go, Apple has somehow managed to make an interface that is worse. The iTunes interface at least actually worked. This one requires making the window much bigger than your screen so that you can get to the later pages of apps. Scrollbars are passé.

Pro tip: you would think that clicking and dragging on a home screen page would allow you to drag-and-drop it somewhere within the lineup of pages, but it doesn't. To move a page, click and hold. That will then allow you to drag the page. If you're thinking that that isn't how drag-and-drop works in the Finder or anywhere else on the Mac, you're right! You get a frustration cookie.


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