I use 3 of Adobe's products, PSE-5 & 7, PSCS-4, & Lightroom. I always buy a camera body, only if I can find it on the list of "Camera_RAW", plugins for my software versions. Adobe uses the RAW plugin to blackmail its users into upgrading to a later version of the software itself. They go so far with a plugin update, but no further. In any case, since I don't have a phone that takes pictures, phone support is pretty much moot to me. I know they support a sh!t load of point & shoot model digicams, and pretty low end models at that. However DNG is a patent waste of time. It was/is an attempt on Adobe's part, to trick, (literally), its customers into using a proprietary format. The DNG plugin, never supports more cameras than its RAW file counterpart. Nikon for example, publishes software in support of its own RAW format, but if you want editing capability, not simply reading ability, you pay through the nose. And it is of course, brand specific. The trick between a phone, and a DSLR, is rather obviously the optics. PSCS, & Lightroom, both have lens model, focal length, and brand specific correction factors, for such things as vignetting, light fall off in wide angle lenses, along with calibrated corrections for pincushion or barrel distortion, color fringing, etc. My point being, it isn't simply the file format in use, it's the post processing that RAW allows, which actually determines the format's end result, or "the photograph's fate". if you will..