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“iPhone photography fans who use Adobe’s Lightroom application to manage and synchronize their photos across the iPhone, iPad, Mac and other devices will be delighted to learn that the latest updates to Lightroom for iPhone and Lightroom for iPad have enabled the ability to import images in the RAW file format,” Christian Zibreg reports for iDownloadBlog.
“iOS 9 currently lacks RAW support,” Zibreg reports, “but iOS 10’s been confirmed to bring RAW photo editing to latest iPhones and iPads when it hits this fall.”
Zibreg reports, “RAW support in Lightroom for iOS, currently available as Technology Preview, lets you import and edit the photos taken with a DSLR camera in the RAW format.”
Read more in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Note: Lightroom for iPhone and Lightroom for iPad are available free on the App Store.