Remove All of the Photos from the iPhone
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You're watching VisiHow. In this video, we're going to show how to delete all of the photos from your iPhone.
You may notice that if you tap on photos, there is no easy way of batch-deleting all of the photos from your iPhone.
To bulk-delete pictures, plug the iPhone into the computer.
On the computer, launch an application called Image Capture.
Once you have the application launched, click "Import All" to import all of the photos and videos.
After all of the items have been imported, select all of the items by pressing "command" + "A" to select all.
Then, click the "none" symbol. It is a red circle with a line through it. It is the symbol for deletion. The application will ask: "Are you sure you want to delete the selected items permanently?"
Click the blue "Delete" button.
Now, go back to your phone. The phone will show "No Photos or Videos" on the screen. You've successfully deleted all of the videos and photos from your iPhone.
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