Apple has been uploading a slew of ads on its YouTube channel featuring the iPhone 6s. This time around, the tech giant has roped in actor Neil Patrick Harris to star in its ad.

The new ads focus on key Apple iPhone 6s features like 4K camera capabilities and TouchID fingerprint scanner. The ad presenting the 4K camera capabilities shows onions being cut in the kitchen artistically. The captured 4K video finally goes on to win an award in the ad. Apple cheekily says iPhone 6s’ 4K video can make even onions look exceptional.

The TouchID-focused ad, on the other hand, shows Apple’s iPhone 6s can do much more than unlocking the handset for the user. The fingerprint scanner pairs with many third-party apps and takes care of transactions in a jiffy. It can even unlock the car from a distance.

Here, check out the new iPhone 6s ads: 

 Meanwhile, Apple is gearing up to release the next-generation iPhone 7. Many reports from China noted that the iPhone 6s successor will not come with any radical exterior design changes. Instead, Apple will be making minimal upgrades to the hardware and software configurations.

The Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will reportedly continue to carry the same form factor with 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch displays, respectively.

Ming-Chi Kuo, a KGI Securities analyst, who has a solid track record of predicting iPhone- and iPad-related news in advance, reportedly noted that the iPhone 7 Plus will house a dual camera setup, while the flagship will settle for a regular sensor.

Similar to last year, the iPhone 7 series is expected to be unveiled sometime in September.