I find that there are many things that change about English. It is a living language, and I am always amazed at the artful way writers (even song writers) use the language.
We have seen the more prevalent use of "there's" as with "there's" lots to do today, which makes me crazy—but though around for some time, it's not the rule as much as the exception. The misuse or absence of apostrophes shows a complete lack of concern for using the language properly. I don't think they will go away, but I do believe that we will be seeing more and more poor writers who learn by texting.
Some people are not going to use the apostrophe the way that it should be used. There will always be those kinds of people. Then there are people who cringe (as do it) to see these words misspelled (it's/its is the worst for me). It's about caring enough to learn, to remember, to know! There will always be those kinds of people, too. These problems with apostrophes may continue, but if those hiring are the ones who took the time to learn how to use them correctly in the first place, the "newly educated" may find themselves missing out on jobs to those who DO know how to use them. (We can only hope.) I like "the little guys" (apostrophes).