APNIC received the following IPv4 address blocks from IANA in February 2011 and will be making allocations from these ranges in the near future:
APNIC reiterates that IPv6 is the only means available for the sustained ongoing growth of the Internet, and urges all Members of the Internet industry to move quickly towards its deployment.
Yes, the final /8 blocks have been allocated. And I agree that with the limited number of IPv4′s, we will need to figure out something to do very soon (everyone migrate to IPv6, use more NAT, etc). However, that doesn’t mean that IPv6 is here already…
In fact, I checked the TOP 1 million sites from Alexa and only 1,981 of them have IPv6 enabled in their main domain. It means that only 0.19% of them have it already. Very far from mainstream usage.
From the top 10k domains, only 57 have IPv6 enabled (a mere 0.57% of sites):