Last week, Adobe announced the upcoming release of Adobe Acrobat DC and Adobe Reader DC, These updates claim to have accessibility features that would be a game changer on the mac. As I'm sure everyone knows, there is currently little meaningful support for tagged pdf's on the mac, which makes accessing pdf's annoying at best. This update claims that it will change all of this. The following is a quote from Adobe's accessibility blog.
"The upcoming release of Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader will contain support for reading tagged PDF content with assistive technology on both Windows and Mac OS X. For the first time, Mac users will be able to use VoiceOver to create, edit and read accessible PDF documents."
In my opinion if this update is truly accessible it will be the most important advancement in the state of mac accessibility since Pages became more accessible.
The blog post claims that the update will be out in less then thirty days; I now have something to be more excited about then the Apple watch.