In XP, ironically, it's very simple. XP mounts the camera store as a drive. You can't write to it (I tried of course), but you can select and delete.
In OS X most people recommend using Image Capture to "download and delete".
This tip points out you don't really need to download:
macosxhints.com - Delete multiple photos from the iPhone's Camera RollIn case this isn't clear ... Launch Image Capture and click "download some", but you don't need to download any. Select all, then click the "delete" icon in the toolbar. All images are removed.
... Launch Image Capture and hit the Download Some button, and you are then free to roam the camera roll, selecting and deleting multiple images...
This is another odd bit of missing iPhone functionality! Of course it's not as critical as the missing calendar API, missing search functionality, the missing cut/copy paste function, the missing tethering tool, ...
if you are windows based pc. you can try "uTunePhotos" to add, delete,export, etc.. your iphone camera roll and photo albums.
Tnx m8 uTunesPhoto solved it for me!
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