“Anyone knows how to delete pictures from camera roll after they have been imported to Photo? I can't "select all" in my camera roll, nor can I select them all in collections/moments. Is there an easy way to bulk remove pictures from iPhone? I don't want to manually delete almost 3,000 photos.”
Deleting large amounts of photos from iPhone is a great way to free up iPhone storage, especially when you have already uploaded those images to iCloud or computer. However, it would be a time-consuming process if you delete pictures from iPhone one by one. To help users mass delete iPhone photos quickly, we sincerely recommend iCareFone, the professional iOS data managing software to clean out pictures from iPhone in batch easily.
Go to Photos app and tap on a photo you don't need, tap on the Trash icon to delete out. If you want to remove multiple pictures, click "Select" on the upper right corner and choose those images, click the Trash icon to clean them out.
If you don't the photos taken in a certain date, you can go to the certain date and batch delete them. Go to Photos app, tab at the bottom left-hand side and then click on one of the collections you wish to delete. Click "Select" and then tap the Trash icon to clean out all the pictures.
Connect iPhone to Mac and open iPhoto, click "Import" to import photos to computer. After that, you will see the message "Delete Photos and Videos on your iPhone?" prompts, click "Delete" option to move out all the items selected.
iCareFone really can be your best choice when you have plenty of photos on iPhone, no need to delete them one by one or transfer them to Mac iPhoto, erase all the pictures from iPhone with only simple clicks.
After going through the methods mentioned in this article, iCareFone really can be the easiest way to batch delete photos from iPhone, doesn't it? Any further questions about this post or iCareFone are welcomed.