I don't know what some of you are smoking...
... but it's clearly affecting your reading comprehension.
Apple have decided not to bother maintaining their own-brand JVM. There are two possible outcomes:
1. Oracle decide to take over the chore of maintaining Java support for OS X.
They already do so for Windows and Linux, among many others, so why is this considered so unlikely? Because it's a little bit hard? Seriously?
2. Oracle decide to throw their toys out of the pram and drop OS X support from Java.
Quite why they'd do this, given Java's entire "run anywhere" ethos, escapes me, but hey! I'm not the one implying this in my own idiotic rants: *you* are!
No matter what happens, it's a fair bet that the world will fail, quite spectacularly, to end.
New technologies rise and fall all the time. New paradigms are invented, hyped, adopted, left to rot, then abandoned by the wayside. This is *normal*. It's "information Technology", for f*ck's sake. If you haven't spotted this blindingly obvious pattern by now, you're in the wrong trade.
As for Java's "importance" in the enterprise and corporate sectors: why in the name of Codd do you expect Apple to give an unshat fig about those two sectors? That's like demanding a more business-friendly XBox360!
Apple are only chasing *consumers*. You are not their target market. They do not care about your unusual needs. F*cking deal with it already, instead of whining like a spoiled child with entitlement issues.
Get it now?