Over the weekend, Apple shared four new ads holiday-themed ads for the Apple Watch. The ads originally debuted last month, but only hit Apple’s YouTube channel this weekend. The ads are shorter in style, coming in at between 10 to 15 seconds in length.

The first ad is entitled “Go Play” and depicts the Apple Watch Sport being unboxed and worn during soccer, with the Activity app used for fitness tracking. This ad comes in at 15 seconds with the description:

Apple Watch offers the perfect assist for a healthier life. This Christmas, give the Gift of Go.

The next ad is called “Go Run” and features the Nike+ model of the Apple Watch. The holidays are again the focus, with the device being opened as a gift and then used to track an outdoor run.

Apple Watch makes it easier to go the distance. This Christmas, give the Gift of Go.

Next up is an ad entitled “Go Dance” that shows off using the Apple Watch to control music playback, prompting an impromptu dance party.

Apple Watch keeps up with all the ways you move. Give the Gift of Go this holiday season.

The fourth and final ad is “Go Out” and shows off the Apple Watch Series 2 in a variety of real-world conditions. The ad shows using the Apple Watch to complete Apple Pay transactions and communicate with friends, while also showing the new Breathe app for remaining calm in stressful situations.

Whether you’re on a run, or just running late, Apple Watch has you covered. This holiday season, give the Gift of Go.

These holiday-themed come following Apple’s annual holiday ad, which this year was called “Frankie’s Holiday” and shown an iPhone-carrying Frankenstein. Last week, Apple also shared a new iPhone 7 ad called “Romeo and Juliet” which highlighted the device’s camera.

The four new holiday-themed ads can be seen below.

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