About Configurator 2.2

Learn what's new in Apple Configurator 2.2.

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Apple Configurator 2.2 is a recommended update for Apple Configurator 2. You can install it from the Updates pane of the Mac App Store. Apple Configurator 2.2 requires OS X El Capitan 10.11.4 and iTunes 12.3.3 or later, and it works with iOS devices using iOS 7 and later.

What's new in Apple Configurator 2.2

  • Modify Home Screen Layout 
    • Configurator can now set the layout of apps and folders on iOS device home screens. This feature can be used on one device, multiple devices, or a Blueprint.
  • Bretford Cart Integration
    • Configurator will now correctly display slot numbers for Bretford PowerSync+ hubs. The slot number can also be used when renaming devices.
  • Support for new configuration profile payloads
    • Lock Screen message (iOS 9.3 and later, supervised only)
    • Notification settings (iOS 9.3 and later, supervised only)
    • Google Account (iOS 9.3 and later)
    • OS X Server Account (iOS 9 and later)
  • Support for new Restrictions
    • Show or hide specific apps on the Home Screen (iOS 9.3 and later, supervised only)
    • Allow Apple Music and Radio (iOS 9.3 and later, supervised only)
    • Allow modifying notification settings (iOS 9.3 and later, supervised only)
  • Support for other new settings
    • Domains payload: Allow AutoFill passwords in Safari (iOS 9.3 and later, supervised only)
    • Mail and Exchange ActiveSync payloads: Allow Mail Drop (iOS 9.2 and later)
  • Improved reliability when adding apps and documents to devices.

Learn More

Learn more about Apple Configurator from Apple Configurator 2.2 Help

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