It is my understanding that we can edit RAW Images on iOS (iPad/iPhone) now. When I shoot RAW only on my DSLR and import that image to my iPad, it DOES actually appear as the RAW file and you can edit it in Apple Photos or any other app like Snapseed or Polarr.
Now, when I try to attempt the same with a RAW+JPEG pair (which I normally shoot), those apps work with the JPEG instead of the RAW. At least that’s what I think since I shot a RAW/JPEG test image in B&W and all of the editing apps use the B&W version (hence JPEG) while editing. The only exception is Lightroom Mobile which shows me a colour image (hence RAW) in the editor. For all the other apps I don’t see any way to change to the RAW file for editing.
Can anybody explain to me what’s going on here and if my findings are correct?