5 Replies Latest reply: Oct 22, 2011 7:31 AM by TechStudio
scottishdiva Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

OK, I bought my first ever iPhone 4s (yes, I was one of those that queued for hours ha) and it was worth the wait. I had previously been a Blackberry user for 6 years but the new iPhone, I just had to have it to complete all my Apple gear.


The phone is awesome! but, when I take pictures they land in my photo stream, get whizzed to my iMac, my MacBook Pro and my iPad - which is all great! apart from those rubbish shots I want to delete. Therein lies my problem. I know I can be a bit stupid at times and the solution is probably right under my nose and I cannot see it, but how on earth do I delete a photo from my photo stream? I have Lion in my MacPro and my iMac and iCloud is in the iPad and the iPhone, so a couple of really crap pictures I took are now sitting in the photostream of all my machines!


How do I delete them? anyone know? help much appreciated as its been driving me nuts all night

iMac, Mac OS X (10.7.2)