Apple is set to address one of the issues that iPhone users have been complaining over the years. The latest reports have claimed that the Cupertino giant is damping the 16GB storage option for its upcoming devices dubbed as iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, and possibly future handsets, including iPhone 7.

The report came amid speculations that release date of the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus might fall in the third quarter of this year. M.I.C. Gadget has reported that the devices would be unveiled on 11 September before releasing on 18th of the same month. 

The same website has now revealed in another report (via Business Insider) citing insiders at Foxconn, the main producers of iPhone, that base models of iPhone 6s and 6s Plus would come with 32GB internal storage and not 16GB. It claimed that the packaging of the upcoming devices comes with 32/64/128GB memory stickers. 

Some reports had earlier claimed that iPhone 6S and 6S Plus would have 16GB model, while others claimed that only iPhone 6S will come with 16 GB storage. Nothing is confirmed as of now, as we are yet to hear from the company.

However, Business Insider had earlier revealed key specifications of iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus, citing a research data from Citi Research. It claimed that the devices might sport a 4.7 and 5.5-inch display, powered by an A9 processor, come packed with 2GB RAM, and house a 12mp camera. It added that the device might feature a stronger aluminium alloy chassis and Force Touch. 

Meanwhile, M.I.C. Gadget had revealed the dimensions of the device besides a few features. It reported that the iPhone 6s would be 7mm thick as against 6.9mm seen in the iPhone 6, and the thickness of the iPhone 6s Plus will be 7.13mm against iPhone 6 Plus' 7.1mm. It also claimed that both the models would be powered by Apple A9 processor, come packed with a 2GB RAM, and house a 12mp main camera with 4K video recording.