Whether you like or not, Christmas is drawing ever nearer and just like every year, it seems to be arriving more quickly than ever. Christmas and Thanksgiving are usually cues for Apple to get its festive ad out the door, and this year is no different. Apple has debuted its 2015 Christmas ad on its YouTube channel, and it features none other than legendary musician Stevie Wonder alongside Andra Day.

Spanning a full 90 seconds, the ad starts with Wonder creating a track using a MacBook Pro and GarageBand with the help of VoiceOver, Apple’s software that makes computers easier to use for those who have problems with their sight.


Apple’s new ad, which carries the message “From our family to yours, Andra Day and Stevie Wonder perform his 1967 holiday classic, ‘Someday At Christmas’,” wraps up simply with “Love, Apple.”

Apple tends to run a new Christmas ad every year featuring a celebrity or two, and has even seen Saturday Night Live spoof their ads in the past. With Christmas just a month away from today, things always feel a little more Christmassy when Apple starts to put its huge holiday promotional juggernaut into motion. Call us easily advertised to, but we do love a Christmas TV ad to get us into the mood for turkey and family arguments!

Check Apple’s new ad out for yourself in the video embedded below and tell us you don’t at least feel a little more festive by the end of it!

With Thanksgiving a day away and Christmas right around the corner, Apple ads aren’t the only thing on our to-do list. Products such as iPad, iPhone, Apple Watch and various MacBook models from the Cupertino giant have already started going on sale at certain retailers nationwide in preparation of Black Friday. Apple has also posted an official holiday gift guide for those of you who want to get an Apple product as gift for your loved one this holiday season. More on this gift guide can be found here.

(Source: Apple)

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