Product Hunt Daily Digest
September 12th, 2017

LEAKED: Facebook’s new video chat app 😳🔥
This morning TNW’s Matt Navarra uncovered Facebook’s rumored video chat app, Bonfire. 🔥

Like Houseparty, open the app to instantly jump into a live video chat with friends. Unlike Houseparty, it includes ridiculous and silly Snapchat-like face filters.

While brand new, Bonfire essentially launched inside of Facebook Messenger late last year (#3 most upvoted product for the day). This is yet another example of Facebook’s unbundling strategy, using well-trafficked apps like Facebook proper and Messenger to test new ideas before splitting them out into independent apps.

What's next? A dedicated Facebook TV app to compete with YouTube? Add your predictions here. 🔮
Bonfire by Facebook
As expected, Apple launched the most advanced iPhone ever created.

Along with the iPhone X, pronounced "ten", Apple also came out with the new iPhone 7s (pronounced "iPhone 8"), a 4K TV, a gorgeous cellular Watch, and a new product called AppleJuice (pronounced "AirPower"), that will charge your iPhone, AirPods, and Watch together. That's right, no more cables.

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