Here’s the Fastest Way to Delete All Photos in Camera Roll on iPhone
- This article share the simple steps to delete all photos & videos inside iPhone Photos App.
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Having thousands of unwanted photos and videos on your iPhone Camera Roll that you want to delete them altogether? Pretty simple task but once you find out, it seemed daunting – because there’s no “Delete All” button available for you (even on the latest iOS – iOS 16) to delete all of your photos and videos altogether. For some reasons, Apple still have not built the “Delete All” photos & videos feature on the Photos app, but hey, I have the simple workaround how you can quickly delete all photos & video in your iPhone Camera Roll. Here’s how you can do it.
Here’s how you can select all photos on iPhone Photos app then delete them altogether
While the steps given below is to delete all photos and videos from your iPhone Camera roll, but you can do the same steps to just delete partial portion of your Camera roll.
1) Open Photos app
2) Select the last photo
3) Move your finger straight up to other photos
4) Tap the iPhone time using other finger
5) All Photos are now selected
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6) Tap Delete to delete all of them
Once all photos and videos get selected, then next step is to tap “Delete” (the trash bin icon).
When prompted, tap “Delete N items” to delete the selected photos and videos (N refer to number of photos and videos selected).
Deleted photos will still remain on iOS “Recently Deleted” folder for the next 30 days. In case you don’t want to wait for the next 30 days and want to straight away delete them, follow the steps here: Here’s how to permanently delete photos & videos from iPhone running latest iOS at JILAXZONE.
Bring it all together
With the simple steps shared above, now deleting all photos & videos (or some portion of it) shouldn’t be a daunting task for you any longer. Just a few taps then they are done. In case you encountered any difficulties and/or have queries, don’t hesitate to put your queries or thoughts on the comment section down below. I’ll be happy to assist.
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