Computers, Laptops & Tablets Apple 19 19 people found this article helpful How to Delete Movies From iPad Free up space and organize your iPad by erasing movies by Jordan Baranowski Writer Jordan Baranowski is a former Lifewire writer and educator with experience writing for SVG, The Nerd Stash, and Feast Magazine. our editorial process Twitter LinkedIn Jordan Baranowski Updated on July 31, 2020 Apple iPad Macs Tweet Share Email The iPad is a powerful device that you can use to both create and consume content. Use it to store photos, read books, and watch movies. But its storage isn't unlimited, and you may reach a point where you need to clear some space or just reorganize. Here's how to get memory-eating movies off of your iPad. These directions apply to iPads running iOS 10.2 or later. How to Delete Movies From iPad With the Apple TV App If you downloaded movies from the iTunes Store, one of the easiest ways to manage them is through the TV app. From here, you can delete full movies or individual TV episodes. Open the Apple TV app. Tap Library. Tap Downloaded. Tap Edit. Tap the circles next to the movies or TV episodes you want to delete. Tap Delete. A dialog box will open telling you that the deletion is permanent. Tap Delete Download. You can redownload movies you purchased from the iTunes store later as long as you use the same Apple ID you used to purchase them the first time. Alternatively, tap the rectangle to the right of the movie to go to the delete option. The iPad will delete the videos you selected. How to Delete Movies From iPad With the Settings App You can also delete movies from your iPad through the Settings app. Here's how. Open Settings. Tap General. Tap iPad Storage. Tap the icon for the TV app. Tap Review iTunes Videos. The movies and TV episodes you downloaded to the iPad appear in a list on the right. Tap Edit. Tap the red circle next to the movie you want to remove. Tap Delete. If you change your mind, tap Done to cancel. The iPad deletes the video you selected. You can only delete one video at a time through Settings, so repeat these steps to clear more space. You may occasionally notice that files removed from your iPad show back up. This is most likely due to the sync settings. To stop this from happening, stop iTunes from auto-syncing. This may cause you to take extra steps to download movies to your device in the future.