Ryan Adams

Ryan Adams

Senior Technical Specialist

On June 16th Apple are due to release an updated end-user licence agreement (EULA) for the Apple Business Manager which many organisations use in parallel with Endpoint Manger to provide services / apps to corporate devices.

What is Endpoint Manager?

For those of you who do not know, Endpoint Manager is Microsoft’s device management solution. It combines Microsoft Intune and System Centre Configuration Manager (SCCM) into a centralised place for easier management. Endpoint Manager works with Apple Business Manager to manage Apple devices.

Apple Business Manager Update and Why It Matters...

On June 16, 2020 Apple will post an updated version of their program terms and conditions for Apple Business Manager.

If you currently use Apple Business Manager for managing Apple devices you must sign into Apple Business Manager and accept these new T&Cs. If you do not, you will not be able to enrol new devices or deploy new apps. (Only Apple Devices are affected by this).

What are the next Steps for Your Organisation?


Just be aware that this update is just around the corner and make sure that when the date comes around you sign into Apple Business Manager and accepts these T&Cs so that you can continue to use Endpoint Manager and Apple Business Manager as you did before.

Originally published June 9 2020, Updated June 10, 2020

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