Frequent rumours about upcoming flagships such as iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus, Samsung Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S6 Edge Plus and more have been keeping tech enthusiasts entertained for quite some time now. While Samsung's Unpacked event is confirmed for 13 August, a new leak suggests rival Apple will launch its anticipated iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus shortly after.

According to the latest information leaked by BuzzFeed, citing sources familiar with Apple's plans, the Cupertino tech giant is expected to hold a special launch event on 9 September.

At the event, Apple may unveil the new iPhones, the names of which have not been confirmed as yet, alongside other products. The rumoured release date for iPhone 6S and 6S Plus has been carefully drawn by BuzzFeed's John Paczkowski, who has a credible history of predicting Apple events.

While others could only predict that the Apple event will be held in the week starting 7 September, Paczkowski stated the event will held on a Wednesday, considering Apple's history of holding such events. This year's rumoured release date is the same as last year's, when Apple launched its best-selling iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

Apple's September 2015 event will not only witness the launch of new iPhones, but sources reveal that new iPads and a new Apple TV could also be announced.

We have already heard a lot about the new iPhones. The expected features to embrace the rumoured iPhone 6S and 6S Plus include a Force Touch display, improved camera for DSLR-like images, a powerful wireless chip for high speed internet browsing and more. iPhone 6S will most likely feature a 4.7-inch display and iPhone 6S Plus will have a 5.5-inch screen.

In addition, BuzzFeed also mentioned the notable upgrades in the Apple TV. According to the publication, the new set-top box will get slimmer and powerful with A8 chipset, increased storage along with support for Siri integrated in the new OS. Also, the remote control for the new Apple TV will reportedly feature drastic improvements such as a touch-pad input and App Store.