- open the Contacts app .
- Tap to Delete.
- Tap More. Delete.
- Tap Delete again.
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Selecting a contact is as simple as tapping it. You may either delete or edit a single contact. Select Delete. Delete both contacts at the same time by touching and holding one then tapping the other contacts. Select Remove All to remove all of your accounts in one fell swoop (which will also remove any photos you’ve added recently).
Tap the contact’s name. Then, in the Contacts app, tap the contact you wish to remove, then “Details.” In the top-right corner of the contact’s page, tap the three dots. Select “Delete,” then confirm your decision.
Start the Contacts app and go to the contacts list. Find the person you want to delete and tap it. Tap the three dots in the top right corner of your screen. In the drop-down menu, choose “Delete.” Confirm that you wish to permanently remove this person by tapping “Delete” in the pop-up window.
Why do I find no “Delete Contact” option? If the ability to “Delete Contact” is absent, it’s probably because it’s a linked contact that’s being synced from an app like Facebook or Twitter. Go to “Settings” > “Facebook” (or whatever app has the contact).
On your iPhone or iPad, open the Contacts app. Locate and open the contact you wish to remove. In the upper-right corner, tap Edit. Scroll all the way down and hit Delete Contact. Tap Yes when prompted to confirm that you want to delete the contact.