First published on TechNet on Sep 12, 2018
By Ele Ocholi | Intune Sr. PM
Updated 9/18 - fix rolled out; known issue removed.
Updated 9/14/18 with a known issue. Fix is in production, but it's in safe rollout.
Apple will soon release iOS 12. All existing Intune mobile device management (MDM) and App Protection Policies (APP, also known as MAM) scenarios are compatible with this latest version of iOS. Depending on the functionality being used, there may be some impact to users who upgrade to iOS 12. Be cognizant of the following:
Note that network access control (NAC) is not supported on the newer clients at this time. See this post on our support blog for more information.
Below is the current release status of Microsoft apps with the iOS 12 supported SDK.
|Outlook||Released in the store|
|OneDrive||Released in the store|
|OneNote||Released in the store|
|Word, Excel, PowerPoint||Released in the store|
|Teams||Released in the store|
|Managed Browser||Released in the store|
|Skype for Business||Released in the store|
|Power BI||Released in the store|
|Yammer||Released in the store|
|Edge Browser (Preview)||Q4CY18|
If you find additional issues, let us know either through commenting on this blog post or reaching out to our Twitter feed @IntuneSuppTeam. You can read more on the new Intune team blog here: https://aka.ms/intuneblog .
Note - MC148531, titled Known Issue: iOS 12, Exchange Active Sync, and Intune or MDM for O365 Conditional Access Policies - it's been fixed across Exchange as safe rollout has completed! Kindly disregard the message.
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