Below are the words that have accurately predicted the morbid outcome of the near-future of computer software used for organizing digital music libraries.
"You also agree that you will not use these products for...the development, design, manufacture or production of missiles, or nuclear, chemical or biological weapons."
Preacher: "The iPocalypse is a-comin'!"
That Satanist kid who used his parents' house as a church when they left for the weekend: "I hereby summon the four demons of the iPocalypse!"
Man who walks into an airport carrying only his laptop case, going through the packs of security, then taking out his laptop:
"EVERYONE, GET DOWN! I'VE GOT iTUNES AND I'M NOT AFRAID TO USE IT! IT'LL BE THE F**KIN' iPOCALYPSE!"
Predictions on the demise of the world, the end of the communications, and what companes will be affected will run rampant in the mainstream news. Some people will load up their women, guns and bibles and head to their cabins in Montana.
Of course, engineers have already thought about the solution, with the uber-practical name of IP Version 6, and are just waiting for the business and liberal arts fraternities to wake up and spend some money on the transition instead of smelling their armpits before heading out to an arts festival.
"Ian had an iPocalypse and now has to re-download all his music from torrent sites."