The new iOS 13 is now available for download and installation on iPhone devices. If you manage your Apple devices using Mosyle Manager, you are ready to go with the new Apple mobile device management features made available with the new operating system.
If you prefer to delay the software update at your school in order to prepare your digital environment or even to run some tests, you can learn here how to proceed on delaying the OS update on iPhone devices.
Read on to learn more about the new MDM capabilities made available with the iOS 13.
Extensible Single Sign-On profile
You can now configure the Extensible Single Sign-On management profile, which can be used to log users into native apps as well as websites that support the new Extension authentication method.
With the iOS 13, IT specialists now have new options when configuring the Restrictions management profile to be applied on iPhone devices. All the new restrictions require the Supervised mode. Find out about the new restrictions available with iOS 13 below:
Do not allow QuickPath keyboard
After this restriction is activated, the user will not be able to use QuickPath keyboard.
Do not allow Find my Device
After this restriction is activated, it disables Find My Device in Find My App.
Do not allow Find my Friends
After this restriction is activated, this disables Find My Friends in Find My App.
Do not allow access files on Network Drive
After this restriction is activated, the user will not be able to access files on Network Drive.
Do not allow USB Files Drive
After this restriction is activated, the user will not be able to access USB Files Drive.
Force Wifi Power On
After this restriction is activated, the user will not be able to disable Wifi Power settings.
The new iOS 13 also brought new advanced settings for management profiles. Check out the new options below:
Domains management profile
You can now configure the Domains profile that should trigger the VPN connection in Calendar, Contacts and Mail.
Network Usage Rules management profile
Now you can configure the SIM Rules when configuring the Network Usage Rules to be applied to devices.
Exchange management profile
Now you can set up new configurations when creating the Exchange management profile to be applied to iOS and iPadOS devices:
Enable services for the account (at least one of them should be enabled): Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Reminders, Notes.
Allow users to modify the state/status of the following services: Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Reminders, Notes.
OAuth Sign in URL
OAuth Token Request URL
App Lock management profile
Now you can select to enable Voice Control when configuring the App Lock on devices with iOS 13.
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