Key things you should know about iOS Mobile Device Management


Device enrollment can be done through various methods, including manual enrollment, enrollment via an enrollment profile, or automated enrollment through Apple's Device Enrollment Program (DEP) or Apple Business Manager (ABM).

Configuration Profiles

MDM uses configuration profiles to apply settings and policies to iOS devices. Configuration profiles can control various aspects of the device, such as network settings, security policies, email configurations, and restrictions.

Remote Management

MDM allows administrators to remotely manage iOS devices. They can perform tasks such as remote lock, device wipe, location tracking, and remote troubleshooting.

Policies & Restrictions

MDM provides extensive control over security policies and restrictions on iOS devices. Administrators can enforce passcode policies, enable encryption, configure VPN settings, etc.

App Distribution

MDM allows organizations to distribute apps to iOS devices over the air. Administrators can push apps directly to devices or make them available for users to install from a self-service app catalog.

Over-the-air Updates

MDM allows administrators to remotely update iOS devices with the latest iOS and security updates. This ensures devices are up to date with the latest features, bug fixes, and security patches.

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