The jailbreak community has been slower than usual following the new iPhone event just a couple of weeks ago, but that’s not to say jailbreak developers aren’t still brainstorming ways to improve iOS.

In this roundup, we’ll talk about all the new jailbreak tweaks released throughout the last week. We’ll start by showcasing our favorite tweaks, but we’ll get to all the rest afterward.

Our favorite releases this week

SelfieTime – $2.49

SelfieTime is a new jailbreak tweak that brings facial smoothing to your iPhone’s front-facing camera during both selfies and FaceTime Video calls.

Once installed, the tweak adds a toolbox to the native Camera app, letting you adjust the “beauty” level through four separate controls. It also includes an anti-mirror mode, which helps prevent your selfies from getting ‘flipped’ by the photography process.

SelfieTime works best on newer devices because it can be resource-heavy, but the developer marked it as compatible with iPhone 5 and later running iOS 8.0 and later.

You can learn more about what SelfieTime can do for you in our full review.

iPhone Cam for iPad – FREE

iPhone Cam for iPad is a tweak that replaces the stock Camera app UI on the iPad with the one from the iPhone.

If you’re familiar with the way the iPad’s Camera app looks, everything is placed along the sides of the app because it’s easier to reach that way. On the other hand, some people are more familiar with their iPhone’s Camera app interface, so they’d rather see something more familiar when opening the app.

In addition to making the controls in the iPad’s Camera app more iPhone-like, the tweak also unlocks the live filter capability, which is usually disabled on iPads.

If you’re interested in learning more about iPhone Cam for iPad, you can read our full review about it.

Other releases this week

ABetterPrivacyforWhatsApp: Claims to provide additional privacy options for WhatsApp (free – review)

FYA Hack FB: Adds a host of useful new features to the Facebook app for iOS ($1.99 – review)

That wraps things up for what Cydia had to offer jailbreakers this week; although it’s disappointingly short, we’ve caught wind about several exciting projects under development as of this writing that should see the light soon. We can’t wait to go hands-on and share them with you when the time comes, so stay tuned to iDB to stay updated on all the latest jailbreak news and releases.

In the meantime, if you’re looking for more, then you can check out last week’s jailbreak tweak roundup in case you missed anything special. We also have a whole host of dedicated roundups that can help you find tweaks to trick out your jailbroken iOS 10 device below:

What was your favorite jailbreak tweak released this week? Share in the comments section below!

  • David Gow

    Any word on an iOS 10.2.1 jb or should I just update to apples latest and greasiest iOS version?

    • Since iOS 11 is the latest firmware now, I don’t think we’ll be seeing another iOS 10 jailbreak any time soon. You should judge for yourself though, of course. If you’d feel more comfortable sitting at 10.2.1 for a while longer just to make sure, that wouldn’t be a bad idea.

      • David Gow

        Cheers. Ps I’ve updated

  • Kevin

    Cheers. Ps I’ve updated

  • Lennart Fischer

    Since iOS 11 is the latest firmware now, I don’t think we’ll be seeing another iOS 10 jailbreak any time soon. You should judge for yourself though, of course. If you’d feel more comfortable sitting at 10.2.1 for a while longer just to make sure, that wouldn’t be a bad idea.

  • Dougy

    Any word on an iOS 10.2.1 jb or should I just update to apples latest and greasiest iOS version?

  • Bram

    Cheers. Ps I’ve updated