You may not know, but you may have one or more old configuration profiles installed on your iPhone or iPad. This could be a security risk. But do not worry, we will tell you how to clean them.
Experiments have shown that a well placed profile can potentially give potential offenders access to your iPhone or iPad. For this reason, it is always a good idea to know the profiles you have installed and why. A configuration profile allows someone to override your iPhone or iPad settings. These settings can be helpful when used correctly. Some VPN providers use profiles to configure devices so they can stay safe online. Apple uses the same system to register devices for its beta programs. There are many legitimate reasons for these profiles, but that does not mean they have to stay there forever.
It's a good idea to periodically delete our configuration profiles that you have installed, and who knows, you might come across one of these profiles
Find and remove configuration profiles
First, start the Settings app and tap On "General".
Scroll down to the bottom of the long list of options and tap "Profile & Device Management." The number of profiles installed here is also displayed.
This screen displays all configuration profiles that you have installed, as well as other profiles that may allow the installation of Beta software. Touch the profile for more information and remove it if necessary.
If you find that you have a profile, do not recognize it or one that is no longer required, tap Remove Profile to remove it from your device.
You will be prompted to enter your passcode and then confirm the deletion.