If you’re using a device running iOS 8, you now have to take an extra step when deleting photos. Previously, you could simply select the photo or video you wanted to delete and tap the trash can icon. Now, however, you must first select the photo or video and then tap the share icon. From there, you’ll see the option to delete the photo or video.
This change may not seem like a big deal, but it’s actually quite annoying. First of all, it adds an extra step to the process of deleting photos. And second, it’s easy to accidentally tap the share icon instead of the trash can icon, which could lead to you sharing a photo or video that you didn’t meant to share.
Why when i delete a photo it comes back
There are a few possible reasons why your deleted photos might be coming back. One possibility is that you’re not actually deleting the photos, but rather just moving them to a different album. Another possibility is that you have a backup of your photos and that’s what’s being restored when you delete them.
To make sure you’re actually deleting your photos, select the photo or video you want to delete and tap the trash can icon. You should see a confirmation message asking if you want to delete the photo or video. If you don’t see this confirmation message, it’s likely that you’re just moving the photo or video to a different album.
Facebook’s recent changes to its photo-deletion policy
Facebook has come under fire this week after announcing a change to its photo deletion policy. The new policy, which will take effect on January 1st, states that photos and videos that are deleted from Facebook will be automatically deleted from the company’s servers within 30 days.
This change has caused an uproar among users who are concerned about their privacy, with many accusing Facebook of trying to sneak the change by without proper notice. Others argue that the change is necessary in order to keep up with rapidly changing technology and ensure that user data is protected. So what’s the truth? Is Facebook really out to get our privacy, or is this just another unfounded accusation? Let’s take a closer look at what’s going on.
How the new policy affects users’ ability to delete photos
The new policy will not affect users’ ability to delete photos from their own albums. They will still be able to do so by selecting the photo or video and tapping the delete button. However, once a photo is deleted, it will only remain in Facebook’s servers for 30 days before being permanently deleted.
This change means that if you delete a photo from Facebook and then change your mind within 30 days, you will not be able to get it back. After the 30-day period is up, the photo will be permanently deleted and there will be no way to recover it.