Apple releases iPhone Configuration Utility 3.2 for Mac OS X, Windows

Free FedEx Overnight + Up to $700 Off Instantly Apple today released iPhone Configuration Utility 3.2 for Mac OS X which lets you easily create, maintain, encrypt, and install configuration profiles, track and install provisioning profiles and authorized applications, and capture device information including console logs.

Apple also released iPhone Configuration Utility 3.2 for Mac OS X for Windows.

More info and download links:
iPhone Configuration Utility 3.2 for Mac OS X – (10.17 MB)
iPhone Configuration Utility 3.2 for Windows – (35.31 MB)


  1. Yeah, C1, what’s up with the syncing of photos through iPhoto while the rest goes through iTunes? AND you need to manually sync in iPhoto (ie. syncing through iTunes doesn’t automatically do sync in iPhoto).

    Apple needs to set it up so that you choose your sync settings in iTunes and then photos are synced into iPhoto without even launching that program.

  2. @ marcus aurelius

    Sorry… photos. Cubert got part of the issue.

    It’s just frustrating to deal with the Camera Roll if you don’t use iPhoto (or, in fact, even if you do). It’s easy enough to download stuff into a real editing program like Lightroom. But then when you want to delete photos the have to go through them on the phone, selecting them one at a time to delete. It’s a real bitch.
    If we could just see the same scrolling previews in iTunes and be able to organize them into folders, and select lots at a time with shift-click… just a little bit of file management is all I ask for.

  3. I would prefer iTunes to do tunes related stuff, like music, and do it well. I would like to have the Mac App store maybe merged with the iOS App store, and then keep both of them seperate from the iTunes. Maybe a video or the iMovie to take care of all the movies bought and rented, as well shot with your camcorder. Finally, maybe an iSync application on the Mac/Windows desktop that’ll allow all these separate applications to sync with the iOS devices without launching those applications. Basically, un-bloating of the iTunes, cloud based or otherwise.

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