As of the week of Nov 26, 2018, you can remove any app on corporate-owned supervised iOS devices. You can remove any app by targeting either user or device groups with an Uninstall assignment type. For personal or unsupervised iOS devices, you will continue to be able to remove only apps that were installed using Intune.
Does this fill the request, or do you need to be able to remove apps on personal or unsupervised devices?
An error occurred while saving the commentArno Nyhm commented
As an additional note on Cathy Moya's reply: Assigning a singular device to a group that is targeted by an uninstall assignment will not work. You will have to assign a user to that group. This can be problematic since it still does not give us the ability to target singular devices to uninstall apps, only users (which in our case have multiple devices).
The user can also not be targeted by an install assignment for the same app that is set to "required" at the same time. The assignment types "required" and "uninstall" seem to conflict with the result being that the app will always be installed.Arno Nyhm supported this idea ·