Digital cameras can store lots of information about where, when and how photos were taken.
Step by step, Apple's tablets are catching up to PCs.
Slowly but surely, iPads are growing up.
Adobe's computational photography app, Photoshop Camera, will be coming to iPhone and Android in 2020.
PC graphics processors are being put to new use in the latest release of Lightroom Classic.
Photo editors will be able to get more use out of the $250 USB accessory.
Adobe is a notable ally in Apple's effort to make the store the way you get Mac software.
Photo editing could benefit from MacOS Catalina's ability to use an iPad as a second display or as a tablet with an Apple Pencil.
Scoop: Adobe's photo software will bypass the clunky Camera Roll, making iPads more capable.
If you're upgrading from Apple Photos or Google Photos, you'll face a fork in the road: Lightroom or Lightroom Classic.
New editing option won't make people look look artificially beautiful or plasticky, Adobe says.
It's only a website experiment, but it's enough to get some photographers looking for alternative photo editing tools.