How to Enable Front Camera Flash On iPhone 6, 6+, 5s

We’re sure many of you love taking selfie with your iPhone/iPad, but you get troubles in taking great photos in low-light. To overcome this difficulty, you can enable front camera flash on your iPhone.

If you have jailbroken your device, you can do it through a jailbreak tweak  to help people to take a great selfie even in the darkest places. It can work also on older devices like iPhone 5, 5s, 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Here’s how to enable camera flash for both jailbreak and non-jailbreak iDevice users.

Steps to Enable Front Camera Flash on Jailbroken iPhone

For  jailbroken devices, enabling front camera flash on iPhone need is so easy as the tweak integrates with the default camera app. Follow these steps below to enable the retina front flash on iPhone 6 Plus, 6, 5S:

Note: This tweak can be downloaded for free from the BigBoss repo. You won’t need to download any app from the App Store.

  1. Launch Cydia from your Home screen and tap on the Search
  2. In the search bar, enter ‘FrontFlash’.
  3. Install the tweak and then respring your iPhone.
  4. Launch the Camera app, tap on the flash icon and turn it On.
  5. Now you can start taking selfies or record videos in dark.

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Enable Front Camera Flash on Non-Jailbroken iPhone

If your iPhone has not been jailbroken, there are also several apps in the App Store store to give your screen a flash light. You can download Selfshot app from App Store to bring maximum brightness to a screen. This app will help you take great selfies in low-light like at a party or a dance club. Once launch the app, some portion of the screen will show camera shot and it will become white, with maximum brightness.

You can use the app as a mirror to take snaps in portrait and landscape. It requires iOS 9 and higher to work well. It’s free from the App Store to download.

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