In order to capture shadow detail, this image was metered from the shadows, resulting in blown out highlights. The DNG version on the right enabled the highlights to be recaptured without issue. Photo and caption courtesy of Adobe.

Adobe has released an update for the iOS version of its Lightroom Mobile app, taking advantage of iOS 10's DNG support. Version 2.5 offers Raw capture and editing within the app, provided that you're running Apple's newest OS version on an iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, SE or iPad Pro 9.7.

Apple snuck a mention of iOS 10's Raw capabilities into its WWDC keynote in June. Available for download today, iOS 10 brings DNG raw capture and editing to Apple devices. Today's Lightroom Mobile update for iOS brings the app's feature set into line with the Android version, which has been able to capture and edit Raw since February

Version 2.5 also brings support for the wide gamut P3 color space offered by the iPad Pro 9.7 and the forthcoming iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. 

Adobe Lightroom for iOS 2.5 is available for download now from the App Store.