Apple has uploaded another iPhone 6 ad to its official YouTube channel just two days after it debuted new spots for Continuity and gaming. The latest 30-second clip uses more humor to showcase the new Voice Text feature baked into iMessage.

Starring Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake — the same duo who lend their voices to the rest of Apple's iPhone 6 ads — the new ad highlights the benefits of using Voice Text when you want to show your feelings or use things like sarcasm, which you can't do in a traditional text message.

It also demonstrates how useful Voice Text can be when you need to use longer words that are more difficult to spell, like "smörgåsbord" and "charcuterie."

Voice Text made its debut with the iOS 8 update that Apple rolled out to users back in September, and you don't actually need one of the Cupertino company's latest iPhones to use it; it's also available on older iPhones, and iPads, too.

We can probably expect to see even more iPhone 6 ads from Apple as the holiday season approaches. Last year, the company aired an excellent Christmas spot called Misunderstood, which showcased iMovie on the iPhone 5s.