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iCloud: Delete photos from My Photo Stream

Delete photos from My Photo Stream

When you delete photos from My Photo Stream, they are removed from the My Photo Stream album on all your devices.

On an iOS 7 device

  1. In the Photos app, tap Albums, then tap My Photo Stream.

  2. Do either of the following:

    • Tap a photo.

    • Tap Select, then tap one or more photos.

  3. Tap , then tap Delete Photo or Delete x Photos.

On an iOS 6 device

  1. In the Photos app, tap Photo Stream, then tap My Photo Stream.

  2. Do either of the following:

    • Tap a photo.

    • Tap Edit, then tap one or more photos.

  3. Tap , then tap Delete Photo or Delete Selected Photos.

On a Mac using iPhoto or Aperture

For instructions, see one of these iPhoto Help or Aperture Help topics:

Add, remove, and edit items in a shared photo stream

Work with the Aperture Trash

On Apple TV

  1. Go to iCloud Photos.

  2. Select My Photo Stream, press the center button on your remote, then select a photo you want to delete.

  3. Hold down the center button on your remote, then choose Delete Photo.

    If you simply press the center button instead of holding it down, a full-screen image appears instead of the dialog where you can remove the image.

On a Windows computer

  1. Select iCloud Photos under Favorites in a folder window of File Explorer (Windows 8) or Windows Explorer (Windows 7), then double-click My Photo Stream.

  2. Right-click a photo you want to remove, then choose Delete from the menu that appears.

For more information about deleting photos from My Photo Stream, see the Apple Support article iCloud: How to delete photos from Photo Stream.

Last Modified: Jun 17, 2014
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