Connect devices to Apple Configurator 2
In Apple Configurator 2, connect iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV devices to the Mac that has Apple Configurator 2 installed. Before you can modify device settings, you must connect your device to the Mac that has Apple Configurator 2 installed.
Connect iPhone or iPad
In Apple Configurator 2 , plug in your iPhone or iPad using the USB cable that came with your device.
You can connect multiple iPhone and iPad devices to USB ports on the Mac and modify them simultaneously or use powered USB 2.0 or later high-speed hubs or carts that support multiple simultaneous device syncing. Hubs and carts that are part of the MFi licensing program go through a testing and certification process. See the MFi Program website.
If this is the first time you’ve plugged the device into this Mac, tap Trust on the device’s “Trust this computer” pane.
Connect Apple TV HD using USB-C
In Apple Configurator 2 , use a USB-C cable to connect Apple TV HD to a USB port on the Mac.
You can connect multiple Apple TV HD devices to USB ports on the Mac and modify them simultaneously.
Connect Apple TV HD or 4K using Ethernet
Make sure your Apple TV is connected using Ethernet to the same network your Mac is connected to.
Make sure the Apple TV is at the first screen of the Setup Assistant that says Pair Your Remote.
Launch Apple Configurator 2 .
From the Apple Configurator 2 menu, choose Paired Devices.
Select your Apple TV in the Paired Devices list and click Pair.
Enter the 6-digit personal identification number (PIN) that appears on the screen of your Apple TV.
Select your Apple TV in the device window of the Apple Configurator 2.
Click Prepare, and follow the onscreen instructions to set up your Apple TV.