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How to Delete Multiple Photos on iCloud From Your Browser

iCloud Photo Library is a handy service. That d across your Apple devices, including iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV. When enabled on your devices. What you do to a picture on one device, syncs over to your other devices effortlessly. In this article, we’ll show you how you can delete multiple photos on iCloud from your browser

If you edit a photo on your iPhone. For example, this new edit will carry over to the same photo on your iPad, vice versa. Likewise, deleting a picture from the iCloud Photo Library on your Mac deletes it from all your other devices.

While most people manage their iCloud Photo Library directly from the Photos app on their main device. Be it an iPhone, an iPad, or a Mac. Some people might prefer to edit these photos directly from a browser by pointing Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Opera, or Edge to

iDB reader Carl recently asked us how he could select and delete multiple photos at once in iCloud Photo Library, directly from his browser. While the solution may appear simple to many users. I thought we would share it as more readers might benefit from it.

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Select all the photos you want to Delete:

The first step you have to do. When deleting several pictures at once to select all the pictures you want to delete. The trick is that you gotta use a combination of the mouse and the keyboard. On your Mac, press the Command key while clicking on the photos you want to delete single or multiple photos on iCloud. I believe the equivalent on a Windows computer is to hold the Control key.

Make sure you press or keep holding the Command key every time you click. Or else, it’s going to undo your previous selections.

Hit the Trash Icon:

The next and final step you gotta do is, simply click on the Trash icon located at the top of the browser window. Then confirm you indeed want to delete the selected items. That’s how you can delete single or multiple photos on iCloud.

As I said earlier, it’s not complicated at all. You just got to know the keyboard trick. That all.


I hope you like this tutorial and get help with it. However, if you guys still have further queries. Then let us know in the comments section below. Have a Great Day!

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