RAW-support in future?

Hi,
does Apple give information, which cameras will be supported in future? Or does Apple somewhere has a feature request for this?
As a Panasonic / Leica fan I would really appreciate RAW-support for e.g. LX2 / D-Lux 3, or L1 / Digilux 3.
Thanks, Frank

To date Apple has not shared future support. They love secrecy.

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