The Weibo account of the Chinese serial leaker, @KJuma, has a lot of items on his account related to the upcoming release of the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus. One diagram on the page of the leaker says that the Apple iPhone 6s will have a 4.7-inch screen with a resolution of 1125 x 2000, which translates to a pixel density of 488 ppi. The same diagram states that the iPhone 6s Plus will have a 1242 x 2208 resolution, making its pixel density 460 ppi.
Let us compare these figures with the current models of iPhone. The iPhone 6 has a 750 x 1334 resolution display and thus a pixel density of 326 ppi. Meanwhile, the iPhone 6 Plus boasts a Full HD resolution of 1080 x 1920, translating to a pixel density of 401 ppi. Earlier, rumors suggested that Apple will maintain these pixel densities, but the new information has changed the game.
Weibo also has a Geekbench test score for iPhone 6s, with the test having been reportedly carried out on Thursday. The test shows the iPhone 6s running the A9 SoC at 1.8 GHz accompanied by 2 GB of RAM. The multi-core score was 4036, while the single-core tally revealed a score of 2248.
In a situation like this, it would be the best to analyze this information carefully. However, the wait isn’t long and the truth will show itself on Wednesday, September 9, when Apple will unveil the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus at San Francisco’s Bill Graham Auditorium in San Francisco.