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App behavior on
iOS
devices with
MDM controls
activations

For devices enabled for
BlackBerry Dynamics
, the work app catalog appears in the
BlackBerry Dynamics Launcher
if you have assigned the "Feature -
BlackBerry
App Store" entitlement to the user. For more information, see Add the work app catalog to the BlackBerry Dynamics Launcher.
For
iOS
and
iPadOS
devices activated with
MDM controls
, the following behavior occurs:
App type
When apps are assigned to a user
When apps are updated
When apps are unassigned from a user
When the device is removed from
BlackBerry UEM
Public apps with a required disposition
On supervised devices, apps are installed automatically. If the app is already installed, the app becomes managed by UEM.
On non-supervised devices, user is prompted to install apps. If apps are already installed, user is prompted to allow
UEM
to manage the apps.
Apps are removed from the "New/Updated" list when the user views the details (even if the app is not installed), or when the user installs the apps.
You can use a compliance profile to define the actions that occur if required apps are not installed.
iTunes
notifies users of available updates.
Apps are removed from the "New/Updated" list when the user updates the app. (can take up to one hour)
For devices that don't have access to
iTunes
, users aren't notified but can download the update from the app catalog if the device is assigned an
Apple
VPP license.
Apps are automatically removed without notification.
Apps no longer appear in the app catalog.
Apps are removed automatically.
Public apps with an optional disposition
If apps are already installed on supervised devices, the app becomes managed by UEM. On non-supervised devices, user is prompted to allow
UEM
to manage the apps.
User is notified of a change to the app catalog.
Apps are removed from the "New/Updated" list only when the user views the details (whether or not the app is installed).
Users can choose whether to install the apps.
iTunes
notifies users of available updates.
Apps are removed from the "New/Updated" list when the user views the details (whether or not the app is updated).
Apps are automatically removed without notification.
Apps no longer appear in the app catalog.
Apps are removed automatically.
Internal apps with a required disposition
On supervised devices, apps are installed automatically. If the app is already installed, the app becomes managed by UEM.
On non-supervised devices, user is prompted to install apps. If apps are already installed, user is prompted to allow
UEM
to manage the apps. If the user cancels the installation, they can install apps from the app catalog.
Apps are removed from the "New/Updated" list when the user views the details (even if the app is not installed), or when the user installs the apps.
You can use a compliance profile to define the actions that occur if required apps are not installed.
Apps are removed from the "New/Updated" list when the user updates the app.
Apps are automatically removed without notification.
Apps no longer appear in the app catalog.
Apps are removed automatically.
Internal apps with an optional disposition
If apps are already installed on supervised devices, the app becomes managed by UEM. On non-supervised devices, user is prompted to allow
UEM
to manage the apps.
Apps are removed from the "New/Updated" list when the user views the details (even if the app is not installed), or when the user installs the apps.
Apps are removed from the "New/Updated" list when the user updates the app.
Apps are automatically removed from devices activated with
MDM controls
without notification.
Apps are not removed from devices activated with
User privacy
.
Apps no longer appear in the app catalog.
Apps are removed automatically.
For information about prompt behavior of installing apps, see Add an iOS app to the app list.