Well, It is easy to deal with your problem and I met the same problem as you before. Let me show you how do I solve this problem.There is a program http://goo.gl/ZsxHff that can erases your picture quickly and no one knows the data on your device is erased.
Simply open up iTunes on your computer. Once iTunes detects your phone, Select the Photos tab and find the album you put on the iPhone. Once you find it , Un-check that album, and re-sync your phone. There you go!
Hi everyone, visit the link below to learn how to delete photos from iPhone in iOS 7 by using all methods:Mac, Windows PC, and Camera Roll in case to want to delete multiple photos and how to delete synced photos?
2 months ago
Last edited at 11:38PM on 1/21/2014
hello, Aussies, you can delete photos from iPhone "Setting" manually. If you need to resell the iPhone to the second-hand market, you're suggest to have a try iPhone Data Eraser. With it, you can permanently delete all photos on iPhone to protect your privacy. Hope the following article can help you. "Delete Photos from an iPhone" . http://www.iphone-data-eraser.com/eraser/delete-iphone-photos.html
27 days ago
Last edited at 11:47PM on 2/8/2014
The easiest way is to connect it to your computer and open the camera roll as a digital camera with iPhone Data Eraser. Alternatively, on the phone, open the camera roll, if it isn't displaying thumbnails tap the "camera roll" label on the upper left. Then tap the box with an arrow on the bottom of the screen, tap each photo you want to delete once, then tap to delete photos from iPhone. http://www.iphone-data-eraser.com/eraser/delete-iphone-photos.html
11 days ago
Last edited at 11:20PM on 2/24/2014
You can't do this thru the phone. Connect phone to computer VIA USB then open up iTunes > Select iPhone device > open photos on menu bar > select an album to sync to the phone ( Try to choose an album that is empty or empty out an album by storing the photos temporarily somewhere else, like your desktop ) then hit sync at the bottom. The system will prompt you letting you know that by syncing this, you will remove any previously synced photos from another computer. Select 'Remove'. The photos should now be removed. DON'T purchase any app's or anything that claim to help you do this. It is not needed. This is the simplest, cost free most effective way to get this done. No spending money on useless apps necessary.
If you want to delete photos that are on your iPhone without having to go through iTunes, but doing it directly from your phone, go to your photos where it shows you all the thumbnails and tap on 'select' on the top left, then tap on whatever photos you want to delete, and then tap on the rubbish bin icon on the bottom right (it only appears when you've made a selection). This is convenient for bulk deleting. You can also delete individual photos when you view them, the rubbish bin icon should be there on the bottom right.