Apple just uploaded a new television ad to their YouTube channel and website titled “FaceTime Every Day,” following their popular “Photos Every Day” and “Music Every Day” ads.

Like previous ads, Apple’s newest offering demonstrates the many ways iPhone users enjoy FaceTime on their devices. The minute-longs spot, which is reminiscent of Apple’s original FaceTime ads, details people communicating with sign language, showing a new house to their family, watching the fireworks, and more.

The spot ends with the line: “Everyday, more people connect face to face on the iPhone than any other phone.”

The timing of this new advertisement is interesting, as just today Nokia was caught parodying Apple’s Photos Every Day ad.

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