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Awesome Tutorial: Deleting iPhone Photos

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If you have an [amazon_link id=”B0041E5G32″ target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]iPhone[/amazon_link], you most likely know the trials and tribulations of deleting all of the Camera Roll photos off of your iPhone.

No? Just me because I didn’t set the sync up properly to delete photos from my phone when they’re saved to my computer thereby leaving 1,743 photos and videos on my phone filling up my storage?

Friends, I can’t be the only one because there are masses of tips on the interwebs on how to finally delete all of those pesky photos.

Once you’ve synced and saved all of the photos in your [amazon_link id=”B0041E5G32″ target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]iPhone[/amazon_link] Camera Roll to your computer, make sure you set it up to delete the photos from your phone. If you’re like me and didn’t do that, the only way to get them off is to manually delete them ONE BY ONE. That’s not fun and not feasible when there are 1,743 photos and you have internetting to do.

Thanks Baby Jeesus for smart people, because this is what I found to delete photos from my iPhone:

1. Connect your [amazon_link id=”B0041E5G32″ target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]iPhone[/amazon_link] to your Mac.
2. Open Image Capture and select your iPhone from Devices
3. When all of the images have been listed in Image Capture, Select All… (Cmd-A).
4. At the bottom of the window with the list is a Delete button next to the “Import To:” label. Click it.
5. Verify that you want to remove all of the images from your iPhone and let the application do its job.
Regards,
Don O’Shea

Don O’Shea, I’m officially in love.

via Everything iPhone Cafe; photo via IMGUR

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