Apple is sharing the love this Christmas in its annual Holiday TV Spot, featuring the glorious musical stylings of Stevie Wonder and Andra Day.
Singing Wonder’s 1967 holiday classic, “Someday At Christmas”, Apple is sending festive thoughts “from our family to yours”, in between clever displays of various Apple products at play.
The commercial is 90 seconds long and starts off with Stevie Wonder using the VoiceOver Accessibility feature that comes with the Mac along with the OS X application Garageband to get the Christmas track ready.
Steering clear of making us cry or miss our loved ones too much, as it has done in previous years, Apple has kept things warm and fuzzy this Christmas.
For the previous couple of Apple Chrissy ads, check out the below:
2014 Christmas Ad:
2013 Christmas Ad:
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