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Microsoft Intune announces support for iOS 12 and macOS Mojave (10.14)

Today, Apple announced the availability of iOS 12 and macOS Mojave and we’re pleased to announce Microsoft Intune supports this update. Apple began releasing developer and beta builds a few months back, and the Intune team has been busy working to ensure that Intune App Protection Policies (APP) and Mobile Device Management (MDM) scenarios work seamlessly with the latest Apple updates. 

 

As you plan for this update within your organizations, you can have the confidence that existing Intune and hybrid (Configuration Manager and Intune) capabilities will continue to work as expected when users upgrade to iOS 12 and macOS Mojave. We encourage your organization to consider this action plan:  

  • Review Apple’s iOS 12 and macOS Mojave preparedness support document.
  • Review the Intune service support blog for tips and recommendations that may be relevant to you during this change.
  • Ensure your users update to the latest version of the Intune Company Portal for their platform. Available now in the iOS App Store and through Microsoft AutoUpdate on macOS.
  • Test and validate mobile app compatibility with your app providers to confirm your users' apps are compatible with iOS 12 and macOS Mojave

 

App Protection Policies support for iOS 12 

 

Intune App Protection policies will continue to work for iOS 12 on apps that have been updated for the new platform. The core Office Mobile apps have been updated along with other Microsoft apps, and more continue to be updated in the coming days. Please ensure your users update to the latest version of the Microsoft apps. For more details on Office app updates, check out Intune service support blog. 

 

If your organization used the app wrapping tool or SDK to build your apps, be sure that you’ve updated them with the latest version. You can download the app wrapper and SDK here. 

 

For more tips on iOS 12 support, visit the Intune service support blog

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Does this mean that Microsoft are ceasing support for the SCCM Mac client (which hasn't been updated since 2016) and concentrating on supporting macOS through InTune now?