Bug on macOS Sonoma Affects Installation of Apps on iPhones and iPads
A bug on macOS Sonoma is causing difficulties for users trying to install apps on their iPhones and iPads using the Apple Configurator app, as highlighted in an Apple support document. The Apple Configurator app is a crucial tool used by IT managers at large businesses and institutions to seamlessly install apps on devices for employees.
Acknowledging the issue, Apple has stated that a solution will be implemented in future updates to macOS Sonoma and Apple Configurator. However, there is no definitive timeline provided for when the bug will be resolved. This poses a challenge for users who heavily rely on the app for managing app installations across their organization.
In the meantime, Apple suggests Mac users to utilize devices with macOS Ventura or earlier versions installed as a temporary workaround. This alternative ensures that app installations can continue without interruption until the bug is rectified.
It is worth noting that macOS Sonoma was recently released after an extensive beta testing period lasting over three months. The updated operating system offers exciting new features, including interactive desktop widgets, a Game Mode for enhanced gaming experiences, the ability to add websites to the Dock as web apps, and various improvements to Safari browser.
For more detailed information about the software update and its features, interested users can refer to the comprehensive macOS Sonoma roundup available on our website. Our roundup provides a thorough overview of the latest additions and improvements brought by the macOS Sonoma update.
As users eagerly await the resolution of the bug affecting the Apple Configurator app on macOS Sonoma, it is encouraging to know that Apple is actively working on a solution. Stay tuned for future updates on this issue as we continue to follow the progress made by Apple towards resolving the bug and delivering a seamless user experience.
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