Monday, January 13, 2014

How to Delete Photos from iPhone


In the past, before pressing the button to take a picture the matter it was more seriously for several reasons, including the cost.

But now it has changed with the advent of digital cameras and the adoption of mobile devices seriously for this technology, Apple was the first that has giving the interests to that. As is the case with iphone 5s.


Thus taking pictures became very simple and accessible. Now the iPhone camera is override just for taking photos but there are a lot of roles of the iPhone's camera

So the result often the Camera Roll take a lot of storage space. Now we w'll learn how to delete photos from iPhone?


To know how much storage space taking up the Camera Roll. On your iPhone, head to Settings > General > Usage. Photos & Camera is likely to be at the top of this list.



Tap into any item in the list to see more details on how much storage space it's taking up. The items will be listed by how much storage they occupy.

How to Delete Photos from iPhone


How to Delete a Single photo from iPhone

From iPhone's home screen click "Photos" icon.

In iOS 7, the Photos app automatically organizes photos into Collections, Moments, and Years.


When you tap on a photo in Years, Collections or Moments view, it opens and giving you options to either Edit, Share or Delete it. click on the "trash can" icon in the botton right corner of the screen to delete it and confirm.


How to delete multiple iPhone photos at once 

There are two methods to delete multiple photos from your iPhone. The first is you have to select manually each image you want to delete, while with the second way you can select a set of images by one click.  

To remove multiple photos by selecting each one separately: 


From Photos app go ahead to the Camera Roll, once you are in the Camera Roll section, tap on the “Select” button in the upper right corner, to enter selection mode, then select all photos you wish to be deleted. 



At the bottom right corner of the screen click on the "trash can" icon to delete them, and confirm.



How to quickly delete multiple iPhone photos at once 

The second way to delete multiple photos at once, it is very faster than the previous method, so is allowing you to select a set of photos by one tap, rather to select each photo separately. This is done by "Moment" view.

To do that enter to Photos app then tap the "Photos" tab at the bottom of your screen. to appear with you Years, Collections, and Moments view, then directed to a specific collection, wearer you will get on "Moments" view.



Once you are in the "Moments" view, tap on “Select” button in the top right corner, to notice all the photos in that Moments view are selected, you can also deselect all those photos by tapping on the “Deselect” button.


After selecting tap on the "Trash Can" icon at the bottom right of the screen, and confirm deleting photos.


How to delete all iPhone photos at once


Actually, there are many users asking on how to delete all iPhone photos at once or by one click, but it seems that can't be implemented through your iPhone that running iOS 7 or later, this was possible in iOS 6 from "Usage" setting under "General" section, to pick "Photos & Camera", and will appear with you the storage space of your iPhone's Camera Roll, Photo Library, and Photo stream. Then swipe on Camera Roll item to show the Delete button, clicking on that button lead to deleting all photos from your iPhone’s Camera Roll.


How to delete photo albums from iPhone

Click  Photos app then tap the "Albums" at the bottom right corner of the screen.

  • Once you are in Albums section tap "Edit" button at the upper right corner of the screen. 
  • Usually you will get a red circle in front of albums that you have created, unlike Camera Roll and Photo Steam albums. Tap the red circle icon that associated with the album you want to delete, then you will get a big Delete icon to the right of the album. 


  • Tap "Delete" and Confirm that you want to "Delete Album".


  • last step Select "Done" at the upper right corner of the screen.


How to delete photos from iPhone by using Windows computer


This way is very quick and simle. Connect your iPhone to a computer.

  • Choose Start > Computer (My Computer). 
  • Double-click the iPhone logo to browse its camera folders. 
  • Navigate to Apple iPhone/Internal Storage/DCIM/100APPLE. 
  • Manually copy the Photos in this folder to your computer, in case you want to keep them. For deleting select all, then delete.


How to delete or remove photos from iPhone by using Mac and Windows PCs

Import the Camera Roll to your computer (Mac/win:xp/vista/7/8) and choose to delete items after import.


How to remove synced photos from iPhone 

You can sync photos to your device by two way:
  • Open iTunes and connect your iPhone. 

  • Click the iPhone button in the upper right corner.
  • Click the Photos tab.



1. From a folder on your computer to your device


Place all of your photos into a folder on your computer. You can organize photos into subfolders to make albums [in this example the name for this folder is (my Photos) placed on the Desktop.]

  • Select "Sync Photos from."


  • Select "Choose folder" from the pop-up menu and choose the folder (my photos) where you stored your photos. 
  • Click Apply.

2. From a Mac or Windows PC to your device using photo applications

  • Select "Sync Photos from."

  • Choose the application you want to sync photos from in the pop up menu. 
  • Choose to sync all photos or selected photos. 
  • Click Apply.


How to delete synced photos from iPhone 


To delete all synced photos, deselect "Sync Photos from" and, when asked, click "Remove photos."


Click Apply.


In this tutorial we don't talk about Photo Stream because it has been mentioned in this post, there are other methods, and third party apps facilitate the dealing with photos.

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13 comments:

  1. Lovely clear instructions, glad I found this blog! Easily and quickly sorted out which photos to keep and which to remove :) Thank you!!

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  3. i just turned on a 4s iphone. and i had sent all my photos to my laptop in a folder.. when i turned the new fon on i sent the folder to the new fon -not knowing that it was already downloading the photos from my old fon... so now im stuck with this folder/album of photos in the new fon & i can delete it... help... i tried doing what you said.. didnt work. =(

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  4. Sad to say this simply doesn't work for me on my iPhone 5 running up-to-date iOS7. I want to delete an album &/or pix within an album. Following instructions I bring up the album on the screen but "Edit" does not provide a Red Dot to make deletion possible. Alternatively, I can access my iPhone from Windows on my PC but can access only 1 folder, DCIM, which contains photos and it has only about 64 photos of several thousand total in my phone. Please help! Thanks, George

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  5. george--please let me know when you find a solution-- it makes no sense to me why my iphone is more than half filled with photo catalogs (some shot on a previous phone) and I cannot ensure they are properly archived and get the storage sucking bastards off my phone--newshoundmn@yahoo.com

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  6. When I try to delete a photo album (with no photos in my camera roll) I have no delete option with the red circle when I click edit. Do I need to restore my phone, is that the only way?

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  8. Jony, your philosophical off-topic comment is of no interest on this thread. What I and several others are seeking is information regarding a way to delete Albums &/or individual Photos from iPhones which are running up-to-date iOS7. So far no-one has answered the question and we're still hoping for a useful response. If and when you have something relevant to contribute your response will be appreciated, until then . . . .

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  11. To advoid deleted some photos by mistake, you should transfer iPhone photos to PC first.

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