Did that title catch your attention? I am going to venture into heresy .... I just returned from a trip to NZ, and besides the usual photos with my X-T2, lenses, tripod, the whole thing, I also shot a few with my iPhone (8+). I mostly left the white balance in auto. Many of these places were challenging for auto-WB, snow, ice, clouds, sun, mountains, you know, NZ! The iPhone always nails the WB and in several of the challenging cases, the X-T2 doesn't. It's pretty trivial to get it back right in LR or PS, but why is this? I realize that the iPhone is a massive computer behind that tiny camera, but the fuji is no slouch! Example: iPhone: X-T2, uncorrected: clouds didn't have that bluish tint, so I use them as neutral gray, and do some minor adjustments in LR: Now, that looks better, and close to what the iPhone captured! It's also interesting to see how many more tricks Apple does to the images to give them that "look", but that's a topic for another discussion. thanks.