Since Blancco Mobile Diagnostics and Erasure version 3.10.1 there will a separate BMDE version which can be installed on Apple MacOS. For the major differences refer to the table below.

BMDE on LinuxBMDE on MacOS
Maximum number of concurrent devicesUp to 100~15 (hardware dependant)
iOS Activation/UI SetupAll UI setup steps are skipped, and iPhone ends in home screen without touching the screen.Only "Agree terms" (and skip WiFi for some models) screen needs to be manually clicked.
iOS Activation/UI Setup speedFew secondsInstant

Locally connected HASP-key

SupportedNot Supported
OTA UpdateSupportedNot Supported
UninstallationSupportedSupported, but requires additional script shared with installation package to be run.
SyncServer supportCan be Server/Client/DisabledCan be Client/Disabled.
Firmware maintenanceAutomatedObsolete firmware needs to be cleared by user from /Library/ApplicationSupport/Blancco/BlanccoMobile/IOS/
Supported device familiesiOS, Android, Windows, BlackBerryiOS
Erasure standards132 (iOS factory reset & iOS erasure).
Hardware requirementsRuns on low-end PCNeeds high-end hardware to run multiple firmware upgrades parallel (ie. Mac Pro).
LoginBMDE created usersBMDE creates users BUT the MacOS login needs to be done with the SAME user that installed BMDE.
UI Setup
User needs to accept terms etc. and click "Welcome". User needs to login to Blancco Cloud when opening the application for the first time.
Device driversBuilt-in support

Depends on macOS system drivers. BMDE user must install drivers offered by macOS (e.g. when an iOS 13 device is connected for the first time). Ignoring driver updates and relying on older drivers may cause unexpected issues. (For example, preventing erasures on iOS 13.x devices.)

Apple Configurator 2 is needed to install before using SW. Reboot is needed after updating Apple Configurator 2.

PrintersBuilt-in supportUser must install printer drivers manually.