Apple Configurator Update Lets Users Configure Which Steps Display During Device Setup

Apple Configurator Update Lets Users Configure Which Steps Display During Device Setup

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Apple Configurator has been updated to let users configure which Setup Assistant steps will display during device setup.

Apple Configurator makes it easy for anyone to mass configure and deploy iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch in a school, business, or institution. Three simple workflows let you prepare new iOS devices for immediate distribution, supervise devices that need to maintain a standard configuration, and assign devices to users. Quickly update your devices simultaneously to the latest version of iOS, configure settings, and install apps and data for your students, employees, or patrons.

Prepare devices
• Configure multiple devices simultaneously
• Update devices to the latest version of iOS
• Create and restore a backup of settings and app data from one device to other devices
• Import apps into Apple Configurator and sync them to new devices*
• Use the built-in editor to create and install iOS configuration profiles
• Enroll devices with your Mobile Device Management solution for remote management

Supervise devices
• Organize supervised devices into custom groups
• Automatically apply common configurations to supervised devices
• Quickly reapply a configuration to a supervised device and remove the previous user’s data
• Import apps into Apple Configurator and sync them to supervised devices*
• Define and apply common or sequential names to all devices
• Restrict supervised devices from syncing with other computers

Assign devices
• Add users and groups manually or autopopulate via Open Directory or Active Directory
• Check out a device to a user and restore the user’s settings and data on that device
• Check in a device from a user and and back up the data for later use, possibly on a different device
• Apply custom text, wallpaper, or the user’s picture to a device’s Lock screen
• Import and export documents between your Mac and Apple Configurator
• Sync documents between assigned devices and Apple Configurator

What's New In This Version:
Apple Configurator 1.4.1 contains improvements and bug fixes including:
• Configure which Setup Assistant steps will display during device setup

It also includes the following changes from Apple Configurator 1.4:
• Enroll multiple unsupervised devices in MDM without tapping each device using a new Setup tab in Prepare
• Complete Setup Assistant and enroll Apple TV in MDM without using the remote
• Improved UI for installing a single profile on unsupervised devices
• Support for new iOS 7 features and restrictions, including:
• Allow modifying account settings
• Allow AirDrop
• Allow connecting supervised devices to any Mac
• Configure Web Content Filter
• Configure AirPlay mirroring destinations and passwords
• Configure AirPrint printers
• Configure Managed Open In
• Allow Control Center or Notification Center on lock screen
• Configure Limit Ad Tracking setting
• Install fonts

You can download Apple Configurator from the App Store for free.

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Apple Configurator Update Lets Users Configure Which Steps Display During Device Setup

Apple Configurator Update Lets Users Configure Which Steps Display During Device Setup

Apple Configurator Update Lets Users Configure Which Steps Display During Device Setup
Damn - October 23, 2013 at 4:01am
Ya but does it let you configure mms apn? Or only data apn?
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