To delete all photos from an iPhone, users can select and delete them all at once, or delete photos of a particular person, file type, or location. Photos can also be backed up to iCloud, iDrive, Google Photos, or other cloud storage.
To delete all photos, open the Photos app, tap on "Library" then "All Photos," tap "Select" in the top-right corner, and tap photos to select the ones you'd like to delete.
After 30 days, photos will be permanently deleted.
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iCloud Photos allows users to delete single photos or videos at once, or multiple images at once. After 30 days, they will be permanently deleted. Users can recover deleted photos or videos by using Face ID or Touch ID, and they have 30 days to get them back from their Recently Deleted album.
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This article provides a step-by-step guide on how to delete all photos from an iPhone or iPad, including how to select and delete them all, how to delete photos of a particular person, file type, or location, and how to delete photos from a specific location. It also provides tips on how to back up photos and how to delete photos from iCloud, iDrive, Google Photos, or other cloud storage.
How to delete all photos from your iPhone or iPad | TechRadar
Just open up Photos on your Mac, navigate to Photos found in the top left of the side bar, hit command + A (or click Edit → Select All ) and then hit command + delete on your keyboard.
Like on iPhone, you’ll need to go to Recently Deleted on the left side bar and delete from there as well.
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