Where is the Lightning connector on iPad?
The Lightning port is the small rectangular oval port, found in the centre of the bottom edge of your iPhone, non-Pro iPad, and iPod Touch.
Is a Lightning connector the same as a Charger?
Lightning is a proprietary Apple connector and therefore is only used on Apple products or 3rd party "made for Apple" accessories like Gaming controllers or VR goggles. The lightning end goes into your device and the USB-A end goes into any suitable USB-A charger or computer port.
What is the difference between a Lightning cable and a USB cable?
The maximum current the Lightning cable carries is 2.4A while the USB-C cable is 3A and can be up to 5A. That means Lightning cables allow less power to deliver to the powered device under the same voltage. In this case, Lightning cables are not suitable to fast charge because its current is limited in 2.4A.
What does it mean to have liquid in the Lightning connector?
A lightning accessory refers to anything that plugs into the charging port, like a charger, or Apple's lightning earbuds. When you see the Liquid Detected in Lightning Connector notification, it usually means either the charging port or lightning accessory is wet.