Are you tired of having a cluttered iPhone with too many contacts? Deleting each contact one by one can be tedious and time-consuming. Luckily, there is a way to delete all contacts on your iPhone at once.

First, make sure you backup your contacts to iCloud or another backup service, just in case. Then, follow the steps below to easily delete all your contacts.

Step 1: Open your Contacts app

Step 2: Tap on “Groups” at the top left corner

Step 3: Untick all the groups you have (i.e. “All iCloud”, “Contacts”, “Gmail”, etc.)

Step 4: All contacts will disappear from the screen, leaving only a message that says “No Contacts”

Step 5: Go to your iPhone Settings

Step 6: Scroll down to “Passwords & Accounts”

Step 7: Select the account that has your contacts (i.e. Gmail, Yahoo, etc.)

Step 8: Toggle off the “Contacts” option

Step 9: A message will pop up, asking if you want to keep the contacts on your iPhone or delete them. Select “Delete from My iPhone”

Step 10: Repeat steps 7-9 for all accounts that have contacts on your phone

And that’s it! All your contacts should now be deleted from your iPhone.

In conclusion, deleting all contacts on your iPhone at once can be a quick and easy process by following these simple steps. Remember to always backup your contacts before making any major changes to your device.