iPhone’s are a big deal. You like them or not. But they really are a great deal. The finish, the logo and the application ecosystem that iOS provides is hard to beat. There are tons of advancements at developers’ end as well. But, there are some things that we really don’t like about the iOS (apart from the price)

Photos. We love to take them. We cherish them and store them. They are like our memories trapped on a screen. But, what happens when you want to erase those memories. In PC, you can simply delete them. On a mac, send them to trash. In an Android or Windows device, tick them all and trash them all. But on an iPhone? Not that easy.


You see, once you connect and sync the photos to your device, you can’t move or delete them. The only way to do so is to connect your iPhone to a PC and deleting through iTunes. That is very limited and it angers most people. It really isn’t a ‘smart’ feature for a smartphone.

But, the new jailbreak offers a solution to this problem as well. It is called iDeletePhotos and it lets you trash all the sync photos from your iPhone. It gives you a bit more control over all of the syncing process.

Just head to Cydia, find this tweak and install it. Once you do, there is no need for any hassle. You can easily delete all the photo you synced way back. You can even move those photos to your Camera Roll as well. The tweak works on all iPads, iPhones and iPods running iOS 6 or above. If you are new to this and want to know how to jailbreak, select your iOS and read on: