When FaceTime was introduced back in 2010, it was rightfully considered to be, at least back then, an “empty” feature. There were two reasons for this, it only worked over WiFi and only between two iPhone 4’s. Since then, FaceTime has been brought to other Apple products and it now works on the iPad 2, iPod touch 4G as well as OS X and, because of this, it has actually become a pretty useful service for folks who stick to Apple for their computing needs. Its first limitation - that of being WiFi-only - was removed thanks to a jailbreak tweak called FaceBreak which enabled FaceTime over 3G. This tweak has now been updated to support jailbroken iOS devices on iOS 5 and iOS 5.0.1. Details after the jump!