If you shoot a lot of photos or video with your iPhone, chances are you’ll run out of storage space while on the go. Here’s a groovy tip for deleting multiple photos on your iOS device.
When you hook up your iOS device to a PC or Mac, you can delete the photos from there. That’s not practical when your out taking shots and need space.
First starting with the iPad. Launch the Photo app to view the Camera Roll. Then iPad tap the action arrow at the upper left corner.
Then a menu bar comes up – tap on the photos and videos you want to delete. A blue check mark displays on the picture thumbnail.
For instance, here I have a lot of screen grabs of the iPad that I no longer need.
Now, tap the Delete button from the top menu bar. Then tap the dropdown labeled Delete Selected Photos.
On the iPhone or iPod touch, launch your Camera Roll and tap the actions arrow at the lower left corner.
Select each photo you want to delete.
Tap the delete button, and then tap Delete Selected Photos.
That’s all there is to it. This is especially handy if you have a device with smaller amounts of storage.