Apple Configurator 2 makes it easy to deploy iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and Apple TV devices in your school or business.

Use Apple Configurator 2 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.

Rebuilt from the ground up, Apple Configurator 2 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 2, 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 2 integrates with the Device Enrollment Program to automate MDM enrollment as well as the Volume Purchase Program 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 2 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.

What's New

Version 2.6.1

• Various bug fixes and improvements including restoring the ability to install configuration profiles on 3rd generation Apple TV

Customer Reviews

2.5 out of 5

60 Ratings

60 Ratings

Works just fine


I see a lot of negative comments here … but I honestly believe that the reason is because people just don’t understand the program and its purpose. It is NOT like Configurator 1 … so if you’re expecting a fancier version of Configurator 1 then you’re going to be confused. The logic and workflow of Configurator 2 is not the same … so take a little time to wrap your head around it.

If you have a strong sense of logic you will appreciate this program. I use it all the time without issue. We have six hundred iPads at this school district, and each one is supervised and managed initially with Apple Configurator 2 and then remotely with Meraki MDM.

Also, I see negative comments that just don’t make sense … I think that some people don’t understand what it means to “supervise” a device.

So, in other words, the average user probably will not understand how and why to use this … but if you work in an IT Department for a school or business and manage multiple devices then this program works just fine. And it’s free….

I upgraded to 2.5 and then deleted it


I tried using Configurator 2.4 (as a substitute for iTunes for app management) from a suggestion I had read in an article online. I have not upgraded (to use the term loosely) iTunes to 12.7 due to the features that had been taken out of it; features I used. Long story short, I downloaded Configurator 2.5, only to see a popup message saying that it required iTunes 12.7 — so I deleted Configurator, as I was no longer able to use it. I didn’t see in the description of version 2.5 that iTunes 12.7 was required.

Horrific application with no documentation


This application is a joke, it has the potential to be fantastic however Apple has fallen very short from acceptable software here. The application displays endless popups for “Would you like to use Touch ID for future purchases” when loading applications from a blueprint, there is no way to remove a supervision profile from a device without erasing it. I wish I could use this software, I really do, however until these issues are resoved I will not be able to utilize this in my daily workflow.


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