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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by SFStateStudent, Jun 22, 2009.
Just got the update as I walked in the door....
Just checked for updates, and I didn't get it.
Maybe something to stop my MMS from working
weird! i just did software update and nothing, ive never even heard of this before, was your phone plugged into your mac?
It's probably something to stop my MMS and Tethering!!! I haven't plugged into my MBP or my Mac Pro 3.0, so I'm waiting to see if someone else received the same Update. I'm not updating anything until I hear from someone else on MacRumors....
I have my 3GS plugged in, with iTunes open, and my Mac couldn't find that update.
iPhone Configuration Utility ?
I like to be KISSED when I'm getting __________.......
It is direct from Apple. It is for enterprise deployments. The ability to create provisioning profiles for different devices, etc.
This app doesn't do anything with your phone. No need to worry about losing MMS or tethering (unless they sneaked something in).
Apple's app for managing a lot of iPhones.
This sounds like something that you might only get if you have the iPhone SDK installed.. that's my guess anyway.
I do have (5) iPhones on my Family Plan, but everyone of them is managed on their own Mac.....
As soon as I saw apn and vpn settings on the description I thought it would mess with custom IPSW's or tethering and MMS hacks.
That is for enterprise deployment so they can configure work issued iphones all the same way with the company settings such as VPN, email, contacts...
Anyone else go through with the Update? Has anyone else received the Update?
Its great, i have about 4 WiFi networks with horrendous passwords so i just create a profile and when i restore/get a new device/whatever i just download the email with that config file as the attachment and install it... passwords for wifi contained ... its great
+1 ^^^ I get it now. All the promises about passwords and WiFi not being a problem anymore, b/c they would no longer require us to enter the passwords every single time we go in and out of range. Sort of like the Keychain thing with Macs?
Please see the news article and associated thread from last week.
BTW, unless you're a system administrator overseeing a fleet of iPhones, this probably isn't for you.