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User Guide On How To Delete All Images On iPhone

Do you want to delete all images? Videos and Photos can also add really instantly on iPhone, filling up what might have looked like a high storage capacity just days earlier. In this guide, you’ll learn how to remove all photos on the iPhone.

Whether you need a fresh start together or might moving your images to your Mac or another PC first. However, it can be useful to know how to remove all photos from your iPhone.

If you like to keep any of your photos, just remember to restore them using a third-party service such as Google Photos, Dropbox, or your Mac or PC. While using iCloud to restore your images, you only have the choice to back up all of them.

How to remove/delete all photos on iPhone

Step 1:

Initially launch Photos and click on Albums located in the bottom right corner

Step 2:

Now click All Photos and remember  you’re at the bottom (viewing the current photos/videos)

Step 3:

Click Select located in the top right-hand corner

Step 4:

Click and drag from the bottom right corner photo/video and move your finger to the top left-hand edge and hold

Step 5:

You’ll then view the blue checkmarks displaying up as you move through all your photos

Step 6:

Hold your finger located in the top corner until all images/videos are chosen

Step 7:

Click the trash can icon under the bottom right-hand corner, remove the photos by clicking Delete _____ Items

If you want to fully remove everything there are a few more steps:

Step 1:

Just navigate back to Albumsmove down and click on Recently Deleted

Step 2:

Now, select Select in the top right-hand corner

Step 3:

Next click Delete All at the bottom left-hand corner

Step 4:

Confirm by clicking one more time, Delete _____ Items

Another shortcut

While using the iCloud Photo Library on a Mac or your iPhone, you can remove all your images (from all iCloud connected devices) a bit more instantly. Just head over to Photos on your Mac. Then move to Photos located in the top left of the sidebar. Press command + A (or tap Edit → Select All) and then press command + delete on your keyboard.

Like on iPhone, you’ll want to move to Recently Deleted located on the left sidebar and rem0ve from there as well.


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