Apple is putting every effort to make the upcoming flagship model, iPhone 6S, worthy than its predecessor. According to a latest 9To5Mac report, the Cupertino-based smartphone maker will implement animated wallpapers in its most anticipated device, which is expected to release on September 9.

The animated wallpapers will be similar to those in Apple Watch, dubbed "Motion". In Apple Watch, users can choose from watch faces including Jellyfish, multi-coloured butterflies and brightly coloured flowers. iPhone 6S will have a few more such wallpapers including flying smokes set on a black background.

Apple will conduct the kenote presentation at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco on September 9, 10.00 PDT (10.30PM IST). The event, which will also be streamed, can be viewed through Apple Devices via Safari browser. Apple has also announced to stream the webcast for the first time on Edge browser, which comes bundled with Microsoft's latest OS, Windows 10.

Apple is still tight-lipped about the specification of iPhone 6S. But if rumours are to be believed, the device is expected to come up with the following specs:

The device is purported to boast a 4.7-inch Retina display, while Apple is also expected to announce a bigger display variant with 5.5-inch screen and may be named as iPhone 6S Plus. The upcoming devices will also be slim, measuring 6.9mm thickness in comparison with iPhone 6, which was 7.1 mm thick.

iPhone 6S will pack the upcoming A9 SoC, which is expected to offer more power than iPhone 6's A8 SoC chipset.

iPhone 6S is expected to feature a 12MP primary snapper, which would be 4MP higher in resolution than iPhone 6. According to 4K Images, rear cameras of iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus will be able to record 4K videos. The site also asserted that iPhone 6S devices will also feature a flash on the front for impressing the selfie-lovers.

Force Touch, the technology seen in Apple Watch, will also be featured in iPhone 6S. The device is also expected to have a better build, in view of the infamous 'bendgate' issue of iPhone 6.