Today IANA added the first AAAA records for six of the thirtheen authoritative DNS servers that carry the root zone.
In short, this means that as of today one would be able to wander across the Internet without having anything to do with IPv4.
Too bad that virtually no ISP is ready to provide IPv6 connectivity yet 😉
Completing the migration from IPv4 to IPv6 will still take a long time, and it’s quite understandable given that we’re just talking about changing the base infrastructure of the ‘Net 🙂
Eventually, IPv4 must die. Hopefully before the remaining unassigned IP addresses are over.