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Taylor leaves Sussex due to family reasons

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Ross Taylor has not had the best of tournaments with 177 runs at an average of 19 © Getty Images

Sussex Sharks have lost their captain Ross Taylor, who has had to return home to New Zealand due to family reasons.

Taylor had led the team in all 13 of their games in the NatWest T20 Blast this season, securing four wins and fourth place in the South Group points table. If they slip any lower they will lose out on the race to the quarter-finals. Wicketkeeper Ben Brown, who captains the Championship side, takes the reins for its remaining T20 matches.

“It’s a blow to us to lose Ross,” the Sharks head coach Mark Davis said. “However, that gives somebody else an opportunity to represent the club in a very important game on Friday night. We wish Ross and his family all the best”

Taylor, who had been in Hove in 2016 as well, has not been in the best form this season though with only 177 runs from 12 innings at an average of 19 and a strike-rate of 112. A press release from the club said, “a decision has not yet been taken on whether Ross will return should the side qualify for next week’s Blast quarter-finals.”

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How to Jailbreak Your iPhone: The Always Up-to-Date Guide [iOS 10]

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Jailbreaking your iOS device has always been a pastime for tinkerers and users who want a little more from their iPhone or iPad, though the practice has fallen out of favor as of late. The process of unlocking your device never stays stagnant, however, so we’re here to let you know how to jailbreak your device.

In short, you can’t.

Current iOS version: iOS 10.3.3

iOS 10.3.3 is the latest stable version of Apple’s mobile operating system. iOS 10 has proven a difficult beast for jailbreakers to take down. Thanks to faster software updates and additional security, Apple is making it harder for jailbreak programmers to gain access to the inner workings of iOS devices.

Should You Jailbreak Your Device?

You shouldn’t try jailbreaking your device. I mean, you actually can’t but you still shouldn’t try.

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It sucks, but it’s true. The jailbreak community was once a thriving ecosystem of useful customization apps and system-level modifications that added features desperately needed in iOS devices at the time. Visual modifications like the screen-dimming Night Shift mode and Wi-Fi tethering were once only available to tinkerers ready to potentially brick their device and risk it all for jailbroken apps like Flux and MyWi.

Now, Apple’s incorporated the best work of the jailbreak community into later versions of iOS, making jailbreaking your iOS device more trouble than it’s worth. According to Motherboard, famous jailbreak programmers have since abandoned the jailbreak scene and have turned to other projects, with some choosing to work at Apple itself. Even the founder of the jailbreak App Store Cydia has given up on the practice, citing its potential to be used to hack phones for malicious purposes rather than add functionality.

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A functional jailbreak method for iOS 10.3.3 doesn’t exist in the wild yet, and Apple has stopped allowing users to downgrade to lower OS versions susceptible to jailbreaking. Callum Jones of Can I Jailbreak, a site that tells you which iOS devices are jailbreak-ready, doesn’t think a public utility will be released anytime soon. What’s more, prominent jailbreak programmers like Luca Todesco have publicly stated jailbreaking is more trouble than it’s worth. Todesco tweeted he was ending public research into iOS jailbreaking, so your chances of installing Cydia on your iOS device anytime soon are slim to none.

“Apple’s release timing, (they’re pushing iOS updates faster than they used to, with a heavier focus on security), and the complex nature of the jailbreaks means so much work is required.

Even Sites like iOS9Cydia and DownloadPangu claim to have current jailbreak tools, but according to Jones the sites “hijack common names or brands to hit high in search traffic by promising new jailbreaks.” There are other factors that go into releasing a jailbreak as well, factors Apple is taking steps to make more difficult.

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Since some jailbreak programmers solicit donations to support their work, “Timing is important to jailbreak developers to maximize the impact of their jailbreak,” according to Jones. Faster updates and a focus on security have made the practice of hacking iOS more difficult, and the payoff just isn’t worth it.

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India, China soldiers involved in border altercation: Indian sources

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NEW DELHI/SRINAGAR, India (Reuters) – Indian and Chinese soldiers were involved in an altercation in the western Himalayas on Tuesday, Indian sources said, further raising tensions between the two countries which are already locked in a two-month standoff in another part of the disputed border.

A source in New Delhi, who had been briefed on the military situation on the border, said soldiers foiled a bid by a group of Chinese troops to enter Indian territory in Ladakh, near the Pangong lake.

Some of the Chinese soldiers carried iron rods and stones, and in the melee there were minor injuries on both sides, the source said.

China’s defence and foreign ministries did not immediately respond to request for comment.

The two sides have frequently accused each other of intrusions into each other’s territories, but clashes are rare.

The Indian military declined to comment on the incident.

“There was an altercation near the Pangong lake,” said a police officer in Srinagar, the capital of India’s Jammu and Kashmir state, under which the area falls. An army source in Srinagar also spoke of an altercation following what he called a Chinese army “incursion in Pangong lake area”.

The two armies are already engaged in a standoff in the Doklam plateau further east, in another part of their 3,500 km (2,175 mile) unmarked mountain border.

China has repeatedly asked India to unilaterally withdraw from the Doklam area, or else face the prospect of an escalation. Chinese state media have warned India of a fate worse than its crushing defeat in a brief border war in 1962.

The trouble started in June when India sent troops to stop China building a road in the Doklam area, which is remote, uninhabited territory claimed by both China and India’s ally Bhutan.

New Delhi said it sent its troops because Chinese military activity in Doklam, near the trijunction of the borders of India, China and Bhutan, was a threat to the security of its own northeast region.

But Beijing has said India had no role to play in the area and diplomatic efforts to defuse the crisis have not made much headway.

An Indian government minister said efforts were continuing to find a way to end the standoff.

The minister, speaking on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the issue, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government had no choice but to act to stop the Chinese road activity in the region because it had come too close for comfort.

Additional reporting by Ben Blanchard in BEIJING; Editing by Mark Trevelyan

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