Features for supervised iOS devices

Supervision is a feature made available by Apple that gives IT administrators, greater control over managing iOS devices. Supervision is ideal to configure additional policies, especially for corporate-owned devices. You can leverage the complete set of features offered by Mobile Device Manager Plus (MDM), by supervising iOS devices, using the following methods:

Some of the features exclusively available for supervised devices are listed below:

The following restrictions are also available for supervised iOS devices

  • Device functionality
    • FaceTime
    • Spotlight internet search
    • AirDrop
    • iMessage
    • Advanced Siri settings
    • Handoff
    • Modify device's name, date, and time
    • AirPrint
  • Security based restrictions
    • Autofill user credentials
    • Allowing user to
      • Add/Modify iCloud, Mail, and other accounts
      • Wipe device
      • Configure Screen Time, Restrictions on device
      • Add or modify TouchID/FaceID
      • Pair with Apple Watch
    • Allowing unmanaged apps to access managed contacts
  • Application based restrictions
    • App Store
    • Allowing users to
      • Install unapproved apps
      • Delete apps
      • Install unauthorized enterprise apps
    • iTunes, Podcast, and News apps
    • Music and Radio services
    • Game Center
    • Lock screen notifications
  • Browser restriction (Safari)
  • Network and Roaming restrictions
    • Connect to WiFi, only if distributed via MDM
    • Allowing users to modify
      • Cellular data usage for apps
      • Personal hotspot settings
      • Bluetooth settings
      • eSIM settings
  • Sync data to iCloud
  • Keyboard settings
  • Classroom restrictions

Click here to learn more about supervision and how to enable it using Mobile Device Manager Plus.