An eagle-eyed Reddit user has spotted an important new iOS 10 feature that Apple slipped into its WWDC keynote yesterday: Raw image editing. The feature didn't get a mention in the keynote speech itself, which instead focused on the addition of computer vision technology to sort photos more intelligently. Instead, the mention of Raw editing flashed on the screen behind SVP of Software Engineering Craig Federighi. 

Apple's news release for developers seems to suggest that Raw capture will also be offered with the update, which brings 'more sophisticated control and monitoring of the entire [image] capture process [...] including support for new features such as Live Photos and RAW format capture'.

Many Android users have been enjoying Raw capture for some time now, so Apple would seem to be catching up. But the biggest news for photographers might be the ability to edit Raw files on an iPad Pro. iOS 10 is being offered in beta currently to developers, and will be released to the public this fall.