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Update: Using the new Affinity Photo App for the iPad (APi) on both an iPad Air 2 and a 10.5" iPad Pro, I have been able to open the RAW files from both an Nikon d610 and a Fujifilm X-T2. I am able to edit and develop each file. I have not done a feature by feature comparison of the iOS app with the MacOS app, I am amazed to see so much of the desktop app represented on the iPad! A couple of observations: 1. When processing a RAW file, the "develop dialog box" that allows you to click the check box to finish developing will disappear if you use tools from the left hand toolbar. To get it back, you need to click on the "View Tool" (the hand) or sometimes the develop persona button on the top tool bar to get the dialog back for accepting the develop persona changes. The Develop Persona dialog Accept/Cancel box should be persistent. 2. After developing an image, trying to export a "PNG" works, but neither my the Air 2 nor the Pro 10.5 will process a JPG. At the bottom of the screen APi constantly says, "Generating export..." This seems to be true for both the Nikon and Fuji RAW files. 3. Once a PNG has been generated, the "Okay" button doesn't offer to let you save the image to iPhoto, but rather to locations, such as Google Drive, Dropbox, etc. I can't find a way to make it save to the Western Digital "My Cloud" external drive. Saving to iPhoto requires clicking on the "share" button, which works but is counter intuitive (perhaps this an iOS quirk?). 4. If an image is open and being processed in APi, and I try to open another one using the "Open in.." command from the Western Digital "My Cloud" app, APi simply won't open the new image. You have to close the old image first and return to the "Home" Screen before opening a new image. It should be able to offer to close the old image and allow opening of the new image. 5. On several occasions the app has suddenly quit, but I need to be more careful about documenting what exactly was happening at the precise moment it quit and to reliably reproduce the error.