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How to Delete Photos from iPhone 8/8 Plus/X Effectively

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Myra updated on Jan 19, 2021 to iOS & Mac Topics | How-to Articles

Deleting photos from your iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus or iPhone X is a good way to free up your iPhone space since the photos on your iPhone are always the biggest occupier of your iPhone storage. No matter you want to delete the photos on your iPhone selectively to get rid of unwanted photos or you want to remove all the photos on your iPhone to clear up iPhone storage, you can always find the way to make it in this article, which covers two absolutely FREE ways to remove photos from your iPhone 8/8 Plus/X. Read on to get more details.

How to delete photos on iPhone 8/8 Plus/X easily and quickly

Tip 1: remove photos from your iPhone selectively

You can surely delete some unwanted iPhone photos from your device directly. The simple steps are shown below. While if you want to delete all photos on your iPhone permanently at once, using the method introduced in Tip 2 is a better choice.

Step 1: Go to Photos > Albums on your iPhone 8/8 Plus/X.

Step 2: Choose the album you want to delete photos from.

Step 3: Tap on Select and choose the photos you want to get rid of.

Step 4: Click the Trash icon and then choose Delete Photos to remove the photos from your iPhone.

Tip 2: Delete all photos on your iPhone at once

When you want to remove all photos on your iPhone 8/8 Plus/X, it's a good choice to make it using MobiMover Free, the world's first completely FREE software for iOS data transfer and file management. With MobiMover installed on your PC, you can not only manage your iPhone/iPad contents by deleting, editing or adding items from the computer but also transfer files between two iOS devices or between iOS device and computer. The fils you can manage or transfer with MobiMover include photos, videos, audios, contacts, notes, messages and more. Thus in addition to deleting all photos from your iPhone 8/8 Plus/X, you can also use MobiMover to do things like deleting all contacts on iPhone at once and transferring photos from iPhone to iPhone. Follow the steps below to learn how to delete photos from iPhone 8/8 Plus/X with MobiMover.

The following steps show you how to delete iPhone photos from PC. You can apply similar steps to delete iPhone photos from Mac.

Step 1. Connect your iPhone to your computer with a USB cable, run EaseUS MobiMover, then go to "Content Management > Pictures > Photos". (If you prefer to remove photos from your iPhone by album, choose "Albums" instead.)

delete photos on iPhone - Step 1

Step 2. If you want to delete all your iPhone photos at once, click "Select All" and tap the trash icon. If you intend to remove some specific items, select the photos you want to delete and then click "Delete".

delete photos on iPhone - Step 2

Step 3. After tapping the "Delete" button, a new window will pop up asking for confirmation. Click "Yes" in the window to delete photos on your iPhone from the computer.

delete photos on iPhone - Step 3

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