iOS 13 Compatibility

John Sutcliffe | 09/19/2019

Addigy is proud to announce compatibility with iOS 13! You can expect your iOS devices that are running iOS 13 from Apple will be managed in the same way as your devices running pre-iOS 13 versions.

With the first of Apple’s new OSs shipping today and the new iPhones becoming available tomorrow, we understand how important it is to be able to ensure you can confidently take care of your end users and customers. And with the new iPadOS shipping “this fall” and macOS Catalina coming “in October”, we are hard at work getting Addigy ready for those releases.

You can now enroll your Catalina and iPadOS test machines into Addigy for testing. Please report via normal channels any problems you encounter during your testing. We have been busy releasing changes in support of Catalina and iPadOS to ensure you’ll be ready to support your fleet when they release.

If you are in Apple’s beta program (Apple Seed or Developer Program) for the OSs you may join the Addigy beta program to get access to the new capabilities in Catalina and iOS 13 as we roll them out in beta testing. Please contact our support team if you’d like access to our beta program.

If you’d like to learn more about some of the changes coming in Catalina take a look at this post.

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