How to Delete All Photos from iPhone Quickly
How to delete photos from iPhone? This guide will tell you one fast way to delete all pictures from iPhone at once.
This easy-to-use tool can help you delete photos from iPhone 6/6s/SE/5/5s/5c/4/4s effortlessly. Download it now and follow part 2 to remove unwanted pictures.
Question: "I need to delete all photos from my iPhone 6, I am running out of space and have over a 1000 pictures. I can't find a "Select All" option on my Camera app, and I don't understand why I cannot just delete all at once. Any advice would be greatly appreciated."
-- A User from Apple Support Communities
Have too many high quality photos taken with your iPhone stored on your device can quickly eat up your limited iPhone storage. To free up more space on iPhone, you might need to delete some or all of your photos from it. Deleting photos from iPhone should be as easy as buying a cup of coffee, however, there is no "Select All" option on iPhone. We are here to help. In this guide, we will show you two ways to delete batches or all of the photos from your iPhone.
Part 1. How to Delete Photos from iPhone Manually
You can manually delete batches of photos from your iPhone, but iPhone won't allow you to remove all photos in just one click.
Step 1. Go to Photos app on your iPhone, click on Photos tab.
Step 2. Here you can view your photos by Years, Collections, and Moments. Tap on Select in the top right. Tap on Select option on the right upper hand, then choose the photos you want to remove.
Step 3. Click on the Trash Can in the bottom right. Confirm that you want to delete the photos.
How to Delete Photos from iPhone Manually
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Note: People are fond of taking photos with their excellent handy iPhone. It's a common place that you might have hundreds or even thousands photos on iPhone, so it would be a tedious work to manually delete images from your iPhone. Keep reading on the part 2 to find out a fast way to delete all photos on iPhone.
Part 2. How to Delete All Photos from iPhone with AnyTrans
AnyTrans is made to simplify your Apple life, and it is the best iTunes alternative works well for all iPhone, iPad, and iPod devices. You can massively delete pictures from your iPhone with AnyTrans which greatly saves your time and efforts. Better still, it allows you to transfer selected or all of your photos to computer as backup before you deleting them. In addition, you can easily delete the photos in your Photo Library with AnyTrans. Take a Tour with AnyTrans now >
Step 1. Open up AnyTrans on your computer, on the homepage, click on Photos to enter the photos manage page.
How to Delete Photos from iPhone with AnyTrans – Step 1
Step 2. Here you can preview and select the photos you want to delete, then click on the trash icon on the right hand corner. You can Ctrl+click the photos to select multiple photos to delete.
How to Delete Photos from iPhone with AnyTrans – Step 2
Note: To delete all Photos on your iPhone, switch the display mode on the right hand, and select the check box on the top left-hand, then click the trash icon on the upper right corner.
How to Delete All Photos from iPhone with AnyTrans
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The Bottom Line
Remember to back up your photos before you remove them from your iPhone, and AnyTrans is the fastest way to back up and delete pictures from your iPhone. Why not have a try on it now? If you have any questions on this guide or AnyTrans, please be free to let us know in the comment section.
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