How to delete photos on your iPhone iPad, or iPod touch — Apple Support

How to delete photos on your iPhone iPad, or iPod touch — Apple Support

♪ Music playing ♪ Deleting photos is a great way
to make some space on your iPhone. Here’s how to do it. First step, tap Photos, and tap the album
you want to delete images from. ♪ Now tap Select, and tap the photos
you’re ready to get rid of. ♪ You can also touch and slide to select multiple photos
and videos in a single motion. ♪ Next, tap the Trash icon
in the lower-right corner. Then tap Delete Photos. ♪ If you accidentally
delete a photo, that’s no problem. You have 30 days to get it back from your
Recently Deleted album. Go to Albums, then scroll to
your Recently Deleted album and tap it. Then select the photo or photos
you want to save. ♪ Next, tap Recover and confirm. ♪ You can also
permanently delete photos from the Recently Deleted album. This will help free up space
on your iPhone right away. Just select the photo or photos you want
to permanently get rid of. ♪ Then tap Delete to remove them
from your device. Heads-up, if iCloud
Photo Library is turned on, the photo will be deleted
from all of your devices. And now you just have
your best shots! For more helpful tips like this, subscribe to
the Apple Support Channel, or click another video
to keep watching now. ♪

Dereck Turner

18 thoughts on “How to delete photos on your iPhone iPad, or iPod touch — Apple Support

  1. Maths is difficult says:

    Thanks Apple!

  2. Vadim Semjonov says:

    How to delete 100+ photos at one push ??? I transfer 2600 photos from google photos, but it makes so *** chaos in all, change dates and show photos from 98 years like new ones. So i better stay with google photo, but I had to delete one by one all photos. I dont have Mac.

  3. Mario Zantedeschi says:

    Make Exif data viewer on the photo album, like macOS, please!!!

  4. MichaelR8783 says:

    It would be nice if you can make photos delete faster because you never know if someone is going to open the door while you’re doing some… stuff.

  5. Rolando Garcia says:


  6. Rose HILL BAKER says:

    My new iPhone 8 will not delete photos. Any suggestions other than returning it

  7. Matthew Morris McCormick says:


  8. Shamar Coke says:

    Can you show us some hacks and tricks

  9. Sure happy to have this information. I need help like this.

  10. applegirlxo says:

    How do I delete pics from a MacBook ?

  11. Sanal m nair says:

    Apple products are worst…Buying this products are wasting of money nowadays…….If Any failure comes after the warranty period they won't help us.I bought i pad mini 3 three years back,it's not working now.I contacted the customer care and they told me that the repairing cost will be 95kd. This amount is more than that of the original product rate..So go for other inexpensive products.If it get damaged,you can easily repair it from any local shop.SO DON'T BUY APPLE PRODUCTS

  12. Birgit Tangstad says:

    If I delete photos on one device, will it not also be removed from all my i-devices? It is a problem because I have one device with very little storage, and I need to remove a lot of pictures to free up space. But I do definitely not wish to loose those pictures also present at other devices. I want to keep my photos, just not at my i-device with very little storage. What should I do?

  13. Net- A- Hampstead says:

    Thank you.

  14. Rainer Winkler says:

    Very good 👍

  15. timmareddy patil says:

    How to delete photos from iCloud

  16. Ruthi muanching says:

    tell me how to move our WhatsApp messages from Android to iPhone

  17. Michael Powers says:

    This is not a positive user experience. If I have 6,000+ photos on my iPad, it takes forever to delete them. I already backed them up. They're just wasting space. Come on, Apple. Be better.

  18. Pixelated 64 says:

    boy i need 7300 memes removed is there no faster way?

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