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Managing
iOS
features with custom payload profiles

You can use custom payload profiles to control features on
iOS
devices that aren’t controlled by existing
BlackBerry UEM
policies or profiles. If a feature is controlled by an existing
UEM
policy or profile, a custom payload profile may not work as expected. You should use existing policies or profiles whenever possible.
You can create
Apple
configuration profiles using the
Apple Configurator
and add them to
UEM
custom payload profiles. You can assign custom payload profiles to users, user groups, and device groups.
For example, you want to control a new feature that will be available to devices when they upgrade to a new
iOS
update, but
UEM
won’t have an IT policy rule for that new feature until a future
UEM
software release. To solve this, you can create a custom payload profile that controls the feature until it is officially supported by
UEM
.