iPhone 6S
The Apple iPhone 6S could sport a number of new features, such as a Force Touch screen, 2 GB of RAM and tri-core 1.5 GHz processor. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

The iPhone 6S, the upcoming version of Apple's flagship smartphone, is expected to be unveiled next month along with the larger iPhone 6S Plus phablet. A Geekbench report of the iPhone 6S that surfaced recently has revealed the amount of RAM and the processor the next-gen iPhone could feature.

The Geekbench 3 benchmarks reveal that the handset scored 1,811 on the single core test, while on the multi core test, the device scored 4,577, VR Zone reported. It has also revealed that the handset will be featuring 2 GB of RAM and tri-core process that is capable of churning out a maximum processing speed of 1.5 GHz.

Rumors suggest that the iPhone 6S will be coming with a 4.7 inches screen whereas the iPhone 6S Plus will be fitted with a 5.5 inches display. One of the major features that will arrive on both the upcoming iPhones is the incorporation of the Force Touch technology on their displays. Both the handsets are expected to feature the iOS 9 operating system.

According to a report from Apple Insider, the Cupertino company has partnered with Intel to feature XMM 7360 4G LTE modems on the iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus. It stated that even though Intel is consistently leading the processor market, it is incurring huge losses in mobile, laptop and PC businesses.

An analyst from North Capital Markets claimed that the recent deal between Apple and Intel for latter’s 4G LTE modem will allow the company to earn huge revenue between $750 million to $1.25 million in 2016. It will also help Intel in minimizing losses in its mobile business.

Although Apple has not yet confirmed anything on the purported specs of the iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus, both the new iPhone 6S models are expected to be launched on Sept. 9 and are expected to be available for purchase later in the same month. Fresh rumors also suggest that a 4-inch iPhone 6C will also be unveiled on Sept. 9.