There are plenty of reasons to delete all the contacts from your iPhone. If you are going to sell your iPhone, you must wipe out all your contacts and personal information from your iPhone. Or you may have got an iPhone for work and now you have to return it to the company, so you have to delete your contacts. Or, if you have got an iPhone from your friend or family member and you want to wipe the previous contacts before using it. Or, if you want to clean up all the contacts that you have never used and they are taking up your iPhone’s space. Whatever the reasons are, you can easily delete all the contacts from your iPhone using iCloud settings. Here are a few simple and easy steps that will help you achieve your goal.
Steps to follow:
Firstly, make sure that you have synced your contacts on your iCloud. Or, take the screenshot of those contacts in case you need them back.
- Open the Settings app on your iPhone.
2. Click your Apple ID, the top most option in the Settings app.
3. Click the iCloud tab.
4. In the iCloud section, you see the Contacts toggle button enabled in green.
5. Disable the toggle button beside the Contacts option. A pop-up window will appear. Click the “Delete from my iPhone” option.
After this, you will see that all your contacts will be deleted from your iPhone.