Apple Configurator

Apple Configurator

By Apple

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2015-09-30
  • Current Version: 2.17
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 49.78 MB
  • Developer: Apple
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 14 or later.


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.



  • Nonsensical Errors

    They make it obvious how little they care about the IT side of Apple with this awful Mac (and iPad) Utiliy. 0x64 (100)? The XXXX does that mean.
  • completely ruined my homescreen

    By sherb.
    do not use this if you delete apps from your homescreen to access them via the app library. the second you click apply, all of those apps will be back on your homescreen. secondly, if you use widgets, they are not supported. it will remove all of your widgets from your homescreen. i will update my review to 5 stars if widget support is added.
  • Completely broken for iOS 17 on new devices

    By Mac_User_01
    Does not work. Please fix.
  • Worse than the finder at restoring iphones

    By JustACleverKid
    the device keeps disconnecting on ios 17
  • totally pointless

    By Raman Pfaff
    All I want to do is try to organize the 500 apps I have on my iphone, but Apple has made that impossible. Tried this but it removed most things on my screen that were from iOS 16 and 17. Apple continues to make things miserable for anyone that does more than texting on their iphone. I really miss iTunes and the abilty to modifiy your screen via the computer. If you have anything newer than 2018 don't use this app.
  • Quirky but easier than alternatve

    By Techteachernrp
    If you have alot of phone apps and you want to get them on separate screens this works well. It is defintely quirky. But once you figure it out it is far easier than moving them around manually on the actuall iphone. Could be far more intuitive! Kind of a patheticly designed app from a company that prides itself on being intuitive and easy to use. But as I said - far better than dragging things around on the device. Now I have all my work apps on one screen, all my travel apps on another, and all my most used on the main screen.
  • Don't use this if you have custom icons, home screen widgets, or hidden apps!

    By randolph_v
    I had a lot of widgets, custom icons, and apps hidden from the home screen to keep my iPhone UI clean and efficient. I moved one app to a different page on Configurator, and it immediatey deleted every widget and custom app icon, and unhid every app. An hour of work at least, and the interface for editing the iOS home screen is already very inintuitive. Very frustrating.
  • Bring back "Target App" for Web Clips !!

    By LVFR87
    Apple Please stop tormenting poeple and bring back "Target App" option for web clips when creating a new profile. Why do you do this to us? it was a very handy way to customize our iOS devices in a safe manner and make life on iPhone more enjoyable and in the last year you have removed it, while im not sure 100% on which update it was im asking to please bring it back! (or give us a way to change the icon of all icons on iphone without profiles and shorcuts app, a genuine built into settings option) for now its alot easier to just readd the "target app" option in web clips. Please and thank you! 🙏🏽
  • stupid

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  • Fastest way to brick your iPhone

    By jacksondolman
    The amount of times I've had to restore an iPhone because something within Apple Configurator goes critically wrong with no warning. Sure, it could be user-fault.. but that would be exclusively because of poor UX. Unusually bad for Apple.



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