I would love confirmation of that. Seems to be a little cumbersome for those with say an iPhone, iPad and a Macbook. Still, if its the best I'm going to get for the time being it'll have to do.I'm fairly certain I read in the release notes that the change only applies to the phone and not photostream in the cloud. So if you wanted to delete a photo on the other devices you have to manually delete the photo on the other devices.
<hangs head>When you delete a photo from your photostream, the confirmation screen even says "This photo will only be removed from the Photo Stream on this iPhone".
The only rationalization that I can think is that Photostream is a failsafe backup for some people. Allowing universal deletion from it could be done by mistake, now if you want to remove from Photostream it has to be damn purposeful.Am I the only one who finds this absurd? I mean, the whole POINT of being able to delete Photo Stream pictures is to remove the pictures on OTHER devices, for example an Apple TV or a spouse's iPhone. It seems kind of ridiculous that we still can't do that!
Oddly, on some photos when I try it, it says it will only be deleted from the iPhone's photo stream - while other photos say it will be deleted from all devices.Mine is deleting from iPhone and iPad... The confirmation for mine says all devices, not just this device. Some setting or something maybe??