Carl Pei, a co-founder of Nothing, has predicted that 2023 will be a "wild ride." He thinks that 2023 will be a significant year for the tech industry as a whole, not just for his business, Nothing. Pei has listed ten predictions for how the tech industry will develop this year in a series of tweets. He discussed Elon Musk's Tesla and Twitter, Mark Zuckerberg's Meta and metaverse, and the role of the government in modern technology in his tweets.
The first prediction made by Pei is that a game-changing AI application would appear in 2023. Although the app's name implies that it may disrupt AI on supported apps or smartphones, the concept is unique and novel, so we'll have to wait and see how it functions.
Speaking of Elon Musk, Pei predicts that Twitter will perform "very well" under his direction, despite the fact that as more competitors enter the market, Tesla won't be the most expensive EV (electric vehicle) manufacturer. It will take some time before the metaverse project attracts more users, he continues, but in 2023 Mark Zuckerberg will "turn things around at Meta by running a tighter ship." Coincidentally, investors are pressuring Zuckerberg to take it easy on Reality Labs, the group in charge of the metaverse project. The corporation had a difficult year in 2022 after reporting its first-ever revenue decline. In order to save costs, Meta also let go of thousands of workers.
Apple, on the other hand, is one of the select few IT firms that made money last year, thanks to a number of device launches. Apple is a "very high quality business," according to Pei, so its shares will keep rising. Pei has additionally given Apple high marks in the past for their creativity and design. He claims, though, that the business ceased developing, which is why he developed Nothing, a line of products that includes a smartphone and two TWS earphones. He also asserts that governments from over the world will pursue Apple for "their anti-consumer behaviours." This year, changes will likely start in September. On the iPhone 15 series, Apple will replace the proprietary lightning port with a USB-C port.