Apple is tight-lipped on its upcoming devices, dubbed iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, but several details have been leaked over the last few weeks, even as the release date draws close. A new report talks about the launch date next month.
The report has not been confirmed, but it is in sync with earlier claims by a few sites. M.I.C. Gadget had claimed that the devices will be announced on 11 September and launched on 18, while Telegraph had reported that it will be available for pre-orders on 18 September and hit stores on 25 September.
According to a report by Mobile News, an email to Vodafone staff has revealed that the "New Phone", expected to be the iPhone 6s and the 6s Plus, will be up for pre-orders on 18 September and go on sale on 25 September.
The iPhone 6s is expected to sport a 4.7-inch display and the 6s Plus is expected to have a 5.5-inch display, according to reports that have surfaced so far.
The devices are expected to be powered by an A9 chip processor, run on iOS 9, come packed with 32 GB internal memory and 2 GB RAM. They are also expected to house a 12 MP camera, improved fingerprint censor, Force Touch and stronger aluminium alloy chassis.
A report by M.I.C. Gadget has claimed that the iPhone 6s will be 7 mm thick (6.9 mm thick in the iPhone 6), and the iPhone 6s Plus will be 7.13 mm thick (7.1 mm thick in the iPhone 6 Plus).