How to Fix Profiles and Device Management missing iOS 15/14 iPhone(in 4 steps)

The “Profiles and Device Management” app is a feature in iOS which allows iPhone users to manage the settings on their device.

If you have installed iOS 13,14, or iOS 15, then you have probably noticed that the Profiles and Device Management option is missing from Settings. 

Apple has changed this again. They are trying to make it harder and harder for people to, you know, install third-party apps and other stuff.

This guide will show you how to fix this problem on your iPhone.

How To Fix Profiles And Device Management Missing iOS 15 iPhone?

1. Open your Settings and tap on the “General” option.

2. Scroll down to VPN and Device Management option and click on it.

3. Under VPN and device management, go to where it says “Profile configuration.”

4. In the Profile configuration section, select the option for iOS 15 Beta software profile and click to install.

NOTE: If you have not downloaded the beta profile on your iPhone/iPad follow below steps.

How to Install Profile and Device Management on Latest iOS on iPhone/iPad

In this section, we will go over how to install profile and device management on your iOS. If you go to the settings > General and you do not find the profile and device management installed, follow the following steps to install it:

1. Open your Safari and type in beta.apple.com and click search.

2. On the beta.apple.com page, scroll down and tap on the Sign in button and enter your Apple ID and password (in case you do not have these details, you can always create one).

3. When you sign in, you will get a verification code. Enter the code and click continue.

4. Tap on Accept the terms of the agreement, scroll down and download, and click on the Download profile button.

5. Click Allow on the pop-up window and tap Install at the right top of your screen.

6. Enter your passcode and click install again.

7. Restart your phone and check the profile and device management. It should be there if you followed all the steps correctly.

How to install profile and device management on iPhone iOS 14

  • Open your Settings and tap on the General option.
  • Scroll down until you see VPN and Device Management. Click on it.
  • Under VPN and device management, go to where it says “Profile configuration.”
  • In the Profile configuration section, select the option for the iOS 14 Beta software profile and click to install the profile.

How to fix profile and device management missing on iPhone iOS 13

  • To install “Profiles And Device Management” 
  • Open “Settings”
  • Tap on “General.”
  • Scroll down to find VPN and Device Management.
  • Under VPN and device management, go to where it says “Profile configuration.”
  • In the Profile configuration section, select the option for the iOS 14 Beta software profile and click to install the profile.

How to fix profile and device management missing on iPhone iOS 13

  • Open the Settings app on your device.
  • Tap on General, and then tap on the VPN & Device Management option.
  • Under VPN and device management, go to where it says “Profile configuration.”
  • In the Profile configuration section, select the option for the iOS 13 Beta software profile and click to install the profile.

How to install Profile and Device Management on iPhone iOS 15.5

1. Open your iPhone’s Settings app and select General.

2. Scroll down to where it says VPN and Device Management, and click on it.

3. Under VPN and device management, go to the Profile configuration section.

4. In the Profile configuration section, select the option for the iOS 15.5 Beta software profile and click to install and restart your iPhone.

How to Fix Profiles and Device Management missing on iPhone

First off, you need to go to Settings > General > scroll and tap on the VPN & Device Management option, under select where it says Profile configuration, then install the iOS Beta profile for 13/14/15/15.5.

Is iPhone Device Protection worth it?

In my opinion, iPhone insurance is not worth it. You’re better off buying a new phone when you drop or smash your current one. 

First of all, the price of cell phone insurance is simply too high. Most companies charge $15 to $20 per month for their basic plans, and more if you want more coverage or additional features like loss protection (which protects against accidental damage as well as theft). 

That’s on top of the cost of your monthly plan, which can range from $40 to nearly $200 depending on what features you want and which carrier you choose. 

Second, there are many ways to get your money back without paying extra fees or premiums when you break or lose your device. 

If you have an iPhone X with Apple Care+, you can simply pay $29 instead of up to $279 to replace it with a new one after accident damage (or $29 instead of up to $549 if it’s lost).

AppleCare+ covers two incidents of accidental damage from handling for up to two years from the date you purchased your device (the first one is free). 

The price after that depends on whether you want a replacement or a new phone; it ranges from $49 to $99 depending on which model you have.

Conclusion

All the steps in this post explain a step-by-step process with a pictorial guide. I hope the solution in this post was able to fix your profile and device missing problem. 

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