A new video showcasing a slew of images with key details of the upcoming Apple iPhone 6s has been leaked. As it turns out, the information mentioned in the video will apparently land in Apple’s official Website.

The video uploaded in the YouTube channel iPhone Leak has the tagline "Stronger than ever," and shows the Series 7000 aluminum alloy reported to be part of the Apple iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus handsets. This tough material -- first introduced by the company in the Apple Watch -- will apparently make sure there is no #BendGate saga after the release of the next iteration of the flagship smartphones.

The same video also revealed that the iPhone 6s will come with a thickness of 7.1 mm, which is 0.2 mm thicker than the predecessor iPhone 6. The additional thickness is apparently attributed to the new Force Touch technology. The new iPhones are also expected to be available in Gold color and the long-rumored Rose Gold hue.

When it comes to rumored iPhone 6s specifications, Phone Arena reported that the smartphone will house an improved 12-megapixel rear-facing camera unit, along with 4K video recording support on board. It is worth noting that, right from the Apple iPhone 4, Apple has been featuring the same old 8-megapixel snapper for all the successors released so far.

In addition, there will be a 5-megapixel front-facing shooter to capture selfies and live video chats. As far as the memory specification goes, the device is expected to come equipped with 16 GB, 64 GB or 128 GB of internal storage space options.

Speaking of iPhone 6s release date, the device is likely to be unveiled on Sept. 9 with the jumbo Apple iPhone 6s Plus.

Check out the video showcasing the upcoming iPhone 6s’ configuration details: (Credit: YouTube/iPhone Leak)