iPhone users are currently facing the issue of profiles and device management missing after iOS upgraded to a new version. A lot of people can’t access their profile, neither can they navigate the setting feature. This is more effective on iOS 11/8/7/ 15/14/13/ iPhone 12, X” and others.
Normally, the iPhone profile and device management is located in settings app” when you go to Settings->General. But after the recent update, it got missing from the list and no were to be found. This also happen on iPhone 6s plus, iPad mini and other iPhone versions.
This is worrisome and so many iOS users are beginning to feel bad about the whole issues. Following the recent update, only the profile and device management missing is the only changes made, nothing else.
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The profile and device management settings have been there, but now it’s not longer available on iPhone 12 and other iOS devices.
Where Is Profile And Device Management On iPhone?
Profile and device management feature on iPhone isn’t hidden, you can easily find it by following the below steps
- Open your Settings App.
- Then go to General.
- You will see Profiles & Device Management.
Why Doesn’t My iPhone Have Profiles And Device Management?
As we all know, device management is a profile that functions as a manager that restrict certain unusual behaviors from your phone.
The reason you can’t find profile and device management in your iOS 11, iOS 12, iOS 13, iOS 14, iOS 15 etc is simply because the feature was disabled.
Yes, you heard me right, the feature has been removed, but it’s still available to those who already have profile device management Installed in their iPhone. Hence, you can still retrieve your profile option in iPhone.
How To Fix “Profiles And Device Management Missing iOS 15/14/13/ iPhone 12, X 6s Plus?
This issue occurred after the recent iOS update to version 12.2, hence’ those who already have profile can’t find it from settings anymore. Well, the best way to resolve it is to follow the below steps;
Install Apple Developer profile
Those who already have profile Installed in their iPhone or iPad before the recent iOS update to version 12.2. And their profiles device management is missing are advised to download and install Apple developer profiles, to see if they can access the old profile. For you to Install Developer profile, kindly follow the steps below;
How To Install Profile And Device Management On iPhone
- Open beta.apple.com, and Sign In with your Apple ID
- After signing in, Go ahead and tap on enroll your account, then scroll down and => click on download profile.
- You will be taken to settings, then’ proceed to installing the downloaded profile.
- After doing that’ reboot your iPhone/ipad and go to Settings App => General and you see your profile option settings below VPN.
Update To Latest iOS Version
Whenever such issue occur, iOS are aware of the error’ hence, they won’t hesitate to update to a new version after some time. All you have to do, is to be vigilant and keep updating your phone, it won’t take long for them fix it.
Install Third Party App
Another way to get profiles and device management back and running in your iPhone is by installing a third party app.
You have to download and install a third party app, directly from their official website. Then go to Settings, General, you will see your profile option.
Alternatively, you can fix profiles and device management missing by contacting Apple support team. However, those who doesn’t have existing profile before the update should check the new update to see if it has been resolved.
After going through this content, I hope you were able to fix your profiles and device management missing iOS 13, iOS 12, iOS 14, iOS 15 XR/XS Max/ 8/7 /6s Plus etc? Ohh yes, I’m glad I was able to help you resolve this issue. Feel free to use the comment box below to give us feedback and don’t forget to share with friends.