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Due to memory space, useless photos and pictures could be removed. When you remove photos from iPhone, it frees a lot of storage space for you and you can carry on using your phone as usual, without any disruptions. And if you’ve already saved those pictures to your computer, then there’s no reason not to.
You have no idea how many useless files occupy your phone space. That's why you need the help from a free app - PanFone iOS Eraser. It allows you to erase junk files, temporary files, photos and apps easily for saving more space on your iPhone, iPad and iPod.
You can check your storage to see how much space your photos app use and delete the photos you don't need. With the help of another free photo data manager, you could easily manage, edit, delete, backup and restore all files on your iPhone/iPad/iPod. Follow the detailed instructions below.
Most iOS users know how to delete photos and videos from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. When you delete a photo, it goes into your "Recently Deleted" album. They'll stay in there for 30 days and then they're gone forever. If you add photos to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch from iTunes, you can't delete them directly from your device in the Photos app. you should head to part 5 and learn how to delete the photos from iTunes.
An alternative option you have is to delete Moments in the iPhone Photos app. This can be particularly helpful if you’re simply trying to delete as many photos as possible after saving them to a computer. Instead of having to drag your finger all the way up your screen, you can simply select Moments to delete. Here’s how:
If you don't want the synced photos on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch anymore, turn off syncing in iTunes and they'll be removed from your device. You can turn off syncing for some of your photo albums or all of them at once.
You can also remove photos from iCloud. However, note that when you delete pictures from “My Photo Stream” the photos from this storage are deleted on your device. Note that it applies to only one device. If you sign into iCloud from your other device, you will find all these “deleted” pictures still there.
If you want to remove your photos from iCloud, you should disable iCloud Photo Library, My Photo Stream and iCloud Photo Sharing on your iPhone, iPad and Mac. After this, you should manually remove photos from Camera Roll on your iPhone or iPad, photos that you have copied to your Mac.
Prior to deleting photos from iCloud, you should make a full backup of iPhone photos to computer in case you need them. Fisrtly, install and start Free Syncios Mobile Manager. make sure all photos from iCloud Photos Library will be downloaded to iPhone (check tutorial "What to do if Syncios fails to export Video(s)/Photo(s) to PC or just exported thumbnails?")
Connect your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to computer. Go to Photos, then select photos or photo albums and click on Export to save your photos from iPhone to PC.
Way 1. Delete photos on iCloud.com
Click on Photos. You will see all the photos and videos stored in your iCloud Photo Library. Select the one you want to delete and click the trash icon. You will have to select the photos one by one.
If you have 1000 or less photos, you can click Ctrl + A and all the photos will be selected. After that you can click delete and delete them all at once. However, if you have more than 1000 photos in your library, iCloud will let you select them all, but won’t let you do anything with them.
You can also delete photos by moments. Hover over the moment and you will see two buttons: plus sign and share sign. Click on either of them and the whole moment will be selected. Now you can click on the "Trash bucket" icon and delete the entire moment.
You can also select multiple moments by holding the "Shift" key as you press Select. But again, iCloud won’t let you delete more than 1000 photos at once.
Way 2. Delete photos on iPhone/iPad/iPod
You can also delete iCloud photos directly through your device (iPhone/iPad) if you have iCloud Photos connected.