Apple Configurator makes it easy to deploy iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and Apple TV devices in your school or business.
Use Apple Configurator 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.
Apple Configurator 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, 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 integrates with device enrollment and purchasing in Apple Business Manager or Apple School Manager 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 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.
• Support for new devices
• Shortcut actions: Find/Filter, Erase, Restore, Update, Prepare, Rename, Install Profile, Provide Supervision Identity
• Run Shortcuts when devices are attached and detached
• Skip new Setup Assistant panes added in iOS 17
• Allow removing eSIMs when erasing device
• Bug fixes and improvements
Ratings and Reviews
It worked for me...not great but better than on your phone
I have tons of apps on my iphone and they have become very disorrganized and hard to find some. I so miss the abilty to easliy rearrange your phone apps in itunes on your desktop or laptop I was hesitant to try this app and deided to give it a go. I feel its quirky and a litte hard to make it work. I had so many screens of apps that configurator 2 did not show all the screens and I could not figure out how to change that. I did find work arounds by piling the apps on the last few screens that werent showing up onto other screens that did show up then I was able to reconfigure and move pretty easly all the apps I wanted to move or rearragne. Was WAY WAY easier that using wiggle mode on my phone. Seems like it should be easy to fix the issues I had or put it back in iTunes. I have been an apple convert for a long time now and sometimes they do some REALLY REALLY stupid stuff and taking the ability to move apps easily in iTunes was stupid. At least Configurator 2 is better than nothing.
iPhone Screen Organizer
I tried the iOS 14 screen organization tools and decided I would prefer to orgainize my screen myself again, but iOS 14's auto reorganizing had already done its damage and I found that the defunct iTunes' functionality was not replaced by the Finder. So I had to go on a Google search (the irony) to figure out how to reorganize my iPhone homescreens (if you have ever tried to do it on the phone itself you know it is a lesson in futility). Configurator 2 works ok once you learn its quirks. To move an app from one folder to another you need to double click the folder, click on the app you want to move, and drag it near the x in the upper left corner of the box for a couple of seconds, at which point the app will be released from the folder and you can relocate it. Also, you should click the x to close modified folders, not the apply button, and the folder will save its modified state. Clicking apply will take you out of the homescreen editor completely which is useful only if you are completely done editing. It took a lot of fidgeting to learn those issues.
Just doesn't work
I downloaded this app for the same reason a lot of people download it; because Apple has given us no reasonable solution for managing the layout of app screens on iOS. For me it just flat-out doesn't work. It says it worked, but it doesn't make any changes to my device. And if I ask it what the configuration on the device is now, it reports the original unmodified configuration.
I assume all this is because I'm running Mojave.
I spent 45 minutes trying to get my iPhone to rearrange the apps, but it's hopeless if you have very many folders, and also hopeless if you don't and have them on screens instead. iOS randomly deletes empty pages you laboriously create. And you are stressed the whole time because you know if you fail to do anything for a moment it will time out and delete all the empty space you manually created. For a premium company, this is a subpar experience.
I realize this app is intended for people who are doing mobile device management. But irrespective it should work.
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