Update devices using Apple Configurator on Mac
You can choose to update devices so they have the latest app updates, the latest iOS, iPadOS, or tvOS version, or both.
In Apple Configurator 2 on your Mac, attach all the devices you want to update, then select those devices in the device window.
Click the Update button in the toolbar.
Select the type of update you want to perform:
Latest OS version
Latest OS version and apps
Update iOS or iPadOS beta software
In Apple Configurator 2 on your Mac, install iOS or iPadOS beta software on a device, select the device in the device window, and drag the .ipsw file onto the device.
For more information about beta versions of iOS and iPadOS software, go to the Apple Developer website for iOS and iPadOS.
Update or restore iOS, iPadOS, or tvOS devices
In Apple Configurator 2 on your Mac, select the device in the device window and drag the .ipsw file onto the device, then choose to update or restore the device.
If you’re restoring to an older version of software, you’re notified that the operating system may not function properly on the device.
Add the update or restore function to a Blueprint
In Apple Configurator 2 on your Mac, select the Blueprint in the device window and drag the .ipsw file onto the Blueprint. When you’re ready to apply the Blueprint, the update or restore action will take place.