It was reported a few months ago that Apple might abort iPhone 6s and launch iPhone 7 this year but the story has taken a different turn over the last few weeks. The Cupertino giant is mum on its upcoming device but it is almost certain that it is releasing iPhone 6s along with iPhone 6s Plus this year and push iPhone 7 to 2016.

iPhone 6s is expected to be released in the third quarter of the year by the time the current flagship device completes one year cycle in the market. However, M.I.C. Gadget went a step further by claiming that the device will be unveiled on 11 September and released on 18, while Telegraph reported that it will be up for pre-orders on 18 September and hit the stores on 25. 

Apple is yet to reveal anything about iPhone 6s and it may not do so till it is launched but several leaks have claimed that it will come packed with 32 GB internal memory and 2 GB RAM. However, fans looking forward to iPhone 6s for a more powerful RAM could be in for a disappointment if one is to go by the latest report.

According to a report by Iphoneabonnementen (via GSMArena), information on Geekbench 3 has revealed that iPhone 6s could house 1 GB RAM like its predecessors and not 2 GB as reported earlier. 

It is to be seen if the upcoming device comes with 1 GB RAM but one thing is for sure, fans will be disappointed if the report turns true as there are a few devices with 3 GB RAM and Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note 5 is expected to have 4 GB RAM.

According to reports that have surfaced so far, iPhone 6s will sport a 4.7-inch display, powered by A9 chip, run on iOS 9, come packed with 32 GB internal memory and 2 GB RAM, and has 12 MP camera. It is also expected to have features like improved fingerprint censor, Force Touch and stronger aluminium alloy chassis.