Apple on Wednesday uploaded its yearly Christmas TV ad to YouTube, which this year stars singers Stevie Wonder and also Andra Day.


The pair perform Wonder"s "Someday at Christmas," a song from 1967 rallying against battle, poverty, inetop quality, and hunger. At the extremely start of the ad, Wonder — who has been blind because insophisticated — have the right to be seen mixing music on a MacPublication by means of VoiceOver.

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Apple has actually been running Christmas commercials because the early on 1980s. Like many businesses, the firm takes a much more sentimental tone in the time of the holidays, aiming to boost its as a whole brand also picture.


While Apple"s ads typically concentprice on a specific product or business, the latest one mainly ignores overt recommendations. It might but be a way of even more associating Apple through music in a bid to lure Apple Music subscribers.


Last year the company"s 2013 holiday ad, "Misconstrued," won a Creative Arts Emmy as the many "Outstanding Commercial." That spot featured a boy seemingly ignoring his family members in favor of an iPhone, just to expose that he was preparing a special video for them.


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el3v3nty

said about 5 years back

simply the last 2 sec of the video personally linked to me "love, apple", which it had contemporary furniture and well lit room for beginners. :-/


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csdb

said about 5 years back

Such a beautiful song performed by 2 marvelous voices.Thank you


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applesauce007

sassist about 5 years ago

Very nice video!


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cali

said about 5 years back

It"s almost not an ad however a greeting card from Apple.Nice.

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mrmarkdemaio

shelp about 5 years ago

bacount a product in sight. a beautiful song. and love, Apple. it"s perfect.