Apple’s trend of inspirational video ads continues with the debut of a new commercial called “Dreams.”

Like the slew of previous commercials, this one focuses on how the iPhone is inspiring change in people’s daily lives. The “Dreams” spot in particular plays the song When I Grow Up by Jennifer O’Connor in the background while various situations are introduced where an iPhone is the primary device for different tasks.

For instance, there’s a woman checking a child’s pulse, a pilot consulting her iPhone for directions before hopping into a small plane, and even an artist using the iPhone with a projector to paint a large mural on the side of a building.

I’m guessing this one will also get added to the cycle of Apple commercials making the rounds on television. (But hey, at least this one is less annoying than that iPhone fitness device’s “chicken fat” song playing every time a TV show goes to commercial.)

We’ve embedded Apple’s new commercial video below. Let us know what you think of it in the comment section.

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