How to delete all photos from iPhone on Mac ?
I’m using iPhoto to import photo from my iPhone 4s to my MacBook Pro Retina display. After I imported my photos, I found that there are impossible to delete photos from iPhone. I tried to find the Finder, and it is not display the iPhone 4s as a device. So, finally I found the way to delete the photos using Preview.
I’m going to share the step by step with screenshot that can delete all your photos or selected photos from iPhone on Mac OS X.
Launching Preview in Spotlight
The fastest way to open application in Mac OS X is using the Spotlight. Just type in Preview to search in the Spotlight, and launch it.
Use Import in Preview
After you connect your iPhone to your Mac, you are able to import photo. You just need to use import in Preview.
File…. Import from iPhone 4s….
Use Preview to delete photos
You can see your photos thumbnails in the Preview Import screen. Choose any files that you want to delete, select those files and click on the DELETE button. Make sure you have backup all your important photos before delete, because this will delete those photo permanently. Use this with careful.
If you want to delete all photos from the iPhone, you can select all photos by using Command + A, then only click the delete button.
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