“Soon we’ll need a lockscreen for our lockscreen,” states a comment on our YouTube video for LockGestures. Frankly, I couldn’t have said it better myself.

LockGestures is a jailbreak tweak for the iPhone and/or iPad that takes the “lock” out of the lockscreen. It’s a tweak that adds a plethora of multi-touch gestures right on the area that used to be solely reserved for unlocking your device.

Now, you can do everything on the lockscreen — launch apps, adjust power options, even make a sandwich. Okay, so I’m just kidding about the sandwich part, but you get the idea. Check inside to see the full scope of LockGestures in high definition video glory…

[tube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RURJ0i0wV90[/tube]

If you’re interested in adding additional functionality to the somewhat boring lockscreen, you can pony up $1 and download LockGestures today from Cydia’s BigBoss repo. As always, you’ll need a jailbroken device in order to do so.

What do you think about LockGestures? Good idea, or do you believe they’re treading into sacred territory that shouldn’t be messed around with?