Using iPhone with iPhoto

I have the iPhone 3GS with fully updated software and iPhoto '09. What i want is to be able to automatically import photos from my iphone to iphoto, organize them into events and delete them from my iphone when they sync, all automatically. Can this be done?

Not that I am aware.
You can have iphoto open when you connect a digital camera/iphone. Then you can choose to import all, then you can choose to delete the originals.

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