There's a huge onslaught of Apple news on Thursday. Apple officially announced that it's hosting a press conference on September 9, where we expect to meet the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus among other gadgets. Additionally, 9to5Mac has been spilling plenty of details in regards to what we can expect.

The latest news from the site suggests that Apple isn't going to release a pink iPhone, as we saw in some leaks, but rather a rose gold option. The site said it's "unmistakably rose gold" and not pink, with a white face similar to to the current gold option, which will continue to be a choice. And don't expect a crazy price, it's not real gold, just a coloring.

9to5Mac added that Apple won't use sapphire on its new iPhones and that, while "Force Touch" functionality is expected to offer additional options when the screen is pressed with differing levels of pressure, it may not actually be called "Force Touch" as it is on MacBooks and the Apple Watch.

Sounds like there's a lot for Apple to explain on September 9.