Everyone is eagerly waiting for Apple's 9 September event, where launch of new iPhones, along with other announcements, are expected. The official details about the event are hazy but frequent leaks and rumours on the subject give a vague idea of what to expect. The highlight of the event is likely to be the new iPhones, believed to be the iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus.

A lot of hype has been built around the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus and constant leaks have revealed some interesting details so far. Every bit of information, from the display to the processor to the camera, has leaked in the past. Now, fresh details on the new iPhones reveal details such as the screen resolution and the GeekBench score.

A leaked diagram image of the new iPhones by popular mobile tipster @KJuma on Weibo revealed that the 4.7-inch iPhone 6S will sport a screen resolution of 1125 x 2000 pixels and 488ppi while the 5.5-inch iPhone 6S Plus will get a 1242 x 2208 pixel screen with 460ppi. Phone Arena picked up the leaked details and compared them with the current iPhone 6, which packs a 750 x 1334 resolution display with 326ppi, and the iPhone 6 Plus, which offers 1080 x 1920 screen with 401ppi.

Interestingly, @KJuma also revealed the GeekBench benchmark score achieved by the A9-powered iPhone 6S. While the single-core and multi-core scores for the iPhone 6 stood at 2248 and 4036, respectively, other details such as 2GB RAM and iOS 9.0 were also confirmed for the new iPhones.

In previous reports, leaks had revealed that Apple will pack a Force Touch display and improved camera on both sides. Apple has confirmed its annual device launch event for 9 September at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. Apple will also livestream the event on the company's official website.