At a time when Apple's next-generation iPhones are only a few day away from being announced, a new report shows what are claimed to be the photos of the front panel of the bigger Apple iPhone 6s Plus.

Although, there are many leaks in the past showing the iPhone 6s in different angles, the bigger sibling stayed away from the limelight until now. The new leak with photos of the iPhone 6s Plus apparently originated from Taiwan’s Apple Club. The photos show the alleged front panel of the upcoming handset.

Going by the leaked images, the Apple iPhone 6s Plus will apparently feature the same cabling and layout placements seen in the predecessor iPhone 6 Plus. This means, the “display technology” used by Apple in the upcoming Plus variant will be same as the predecessor, Phone Arena reported.

To top it off, the interior of the iPhone 6s Plus shows a red covering and the “display assembly” apparently looks identical to the iPhone 6 Plus. This report clearly shows there will not be any over-the-top design changes in the upcoming smartphone.

Meanwhile, Phone Arena reported that even though the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus are similar to the respective predecessors, the difference comes in the form of featuring Force Touch technology, improved camera unit and the upgraded hardware components.

Moving on to the rumored iPhone 6s Plus specifications, the phablet will reportedly sport a 12-megapixel rear-facing camera unit. This is a good change because right from 2011 Apple has been using an 8-megapixel rear-facing snapper. The first phone to feature this unit was apparently iPhone 4 and there has been no change until last year’s iPhone 6, Phone Arena reported.

In addition to the improved main camera unit, Apple will reportedly flaunt an enhanced front-facing snapper with a “flash” to capture incredible selfies. It is worth noting that, the iPhone 6s Plus release date has reportedly been set for Sept. 9, alongside the flagship sibling.

Meanwhile, the luxury variants of the Apple iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus in 24K gold, platinum and diamonds have been made available for preorder. In addition, the case maker Spigen has listed a slew of cases for the upcoming Apple devices.