On Wednesday, Apple unveiled the brand new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, both of which feature an entirely new camera system. Now some of the first photos taken by the new iPhone 7 Plus camera are being unveiled exclusively on SI.com. On Sunday, Sports Illustrated photographer David E. Klutho took photos with the new iPhone 7 Plus camera at the Titans-Vikings game. The iPhone 7 Plus has a 12–megapixel telephoto camera that offers new zooming capabilities. Each new model also features a wider aperture and a lens that allows the camera to capture brighter and more vibrant colors in photos and videos. The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will be available in stores in 25 countries on Friday, Sept. 16.
From 1963 to '66, Sandy Koufax had averaged a 24-7 record, 307 strikeouts and a 1.86 ERA, winning three out of four Cy Young awards at a time before each league had its own award. That brief run as the best pitcher in baseball, plus the two All-Star seasons that preceded it and his dominance in four World Series (0.95 ERA, four complete games, two shutouts in seven starts and one scoreless relief appearance) made him a Hall of Famer in his first year of eligibility and a permanent part of any discussion about the greatest pitcher of all time. Here are 32 classic SI photos of No. 32, "The Left Arm of God," Sandy Koufax.
Three-time AL Cy Young winner, six-time All-Star, and eight-time 20-game winner Jim Palmer turned 70 years old on Oct. 15, 2015. The Hall of Fame pitcher played all of his 19 years in the majors with the Baltimore Orioles, winning three World Series. In celebration of Palmer's birthday, we present these 22 classic SI photos of No. 22.
Frank Robinson hit 586 homers from 1956-76, won the AL Triple Crown with Baltimore in 1966 and became the first player to win MVP awards in both leagues, with Cincinnati in 1961 and the Orioles five years later. He became the first African-American manager with Cleveland in 1975 and also managed San Francisco, Baltimore, Montreal and Washington. As Robinson celebrates his 81st birthday on Aug. 31, 2016, we present 20 of SI's best photos of No. 20.
The best closer of a very different time, Rollie Fingers threw more than one inning in 62 percent of his saves. Although he is best remembered for his neatly groomed handlebar mustache, the seven-time All-Star and 1974 World Series MVP with Oakland won both the AL Cy Young and MVP awards in 1981 with Milwaukee. That certainly helped him become just the second reliever ever elected to the Hall of Fame. In celebration of his 70th birthday on Aug. 25, 2016, we present these classic SI photos of Rollie Fingers.