For now, the details are sketchy. We don't yet know if Apple will make RAW files an option using its own camera, for instance. Google's Android, which has supported RAW since 2014, gives us a sense of what may come at first for iOS users. Adobe's Lightroom Mobile app, for example, allows users on RAW-capable Android devices to set their cameras to capture RAW. Those RAW files are then editable by LR Mobile's tools and, of course, by Adobe's RAW adjustment tools back on your desktop.