Check the USB connections of your hardware. Unplug these devices from the USB hub and plug them back in. Also check that all USB cables are firmly plugged into the accessory devices. Try plugging the USB accessory into a different port on the USB hub.
The most common problem is that dust, lint, or another material has made its way into the port. You'll use the same process as you would when you clean your iPhone's charging port. Turn the iPad upside down and shine a flashlight into the port. You should be able to see if any materials are clogging the port.
For older Macs and computers (especially laptops), the ports simply do not provide sufficient power to charge your iPad. In particular, many older computers only offer USB 2.0 ports that do not provide enough “juice” for your iPad to fully charge. And that's why you see the 'Not Charging' message on your iPad.
Check for updates In some cases, software or firmware updates might be available for your computer that improve communication with your power adapter. If your MacBook, MacBook Air, or MacBook Pro isn't charging as expected, check for software updates on your Mac.
Some companies disable USB ports on their computers because they don't want staff plugging in disk drives and taking home sensitive information. And even fully functioning USB ports may not have enough juice to top up your phone as quickly as you're used to.
If your iPad won't update, it may be because your device has an insufficient charge or lacks the necessary free space—problems you can easily remedy. However, it could also be because your iPad is old and can't be updated to the latest version of the operating system.
Check Your Lightning Cable and Power Adapter If your charger is MFi certified, ensure that both the lightning cable and power adapter aren't damaged. Try using another cable/power adapter to charge your iPhone. If you can charge using another charger, that means your charger is at fault.
Check for Faulty Power Adapter or Charging Cable If your laptop is plugged in and not charging, the power cord and adapter should be your first port of call. Confirm that both ends appear securely positioned. If your AC adapter has a status light, ensure it is on while plugged into the power outlet.
Verizon will only allow iPads in their database on their network. So, if you activate your iPad Air 2 or iPad mini 3 on another carrier first, you won't be able to use it on Verizon later.
Check your settings On your iPhone or iPad, go to Settings > Accessibility > Spoken Content. And turn on Speak Screen. If this option was already turned on, then turn it off, wait 20 seconds and then turn it on.
Why Does My iPhone Say It's Charging But It's Not? It may be weird when your iPhone says it's charging but it's not. This can happen either because of software problems or the phone's hardware. Using a damaged lightning cable for charging the device will not charge your iPhone properly.
You might find that your MacBook USB-C port is loose or that dirt is clogging up the port. Either of these issues could explain why your MacBook isn't charging when plugged in. Power off your MacBook and carefully clean your USB-C port or MagSafe charging adapter using a dry brush to try to fix it.
Clean out the charging port. After performing a hard restart to the device, and iPhone showing charging but battery percentage not increasing; you now need to clean the charging port. Sometimes, the charging port could contain debris and junk that makes it not responsive.
If you've tried charging your phone and it won't turn on, there may be dust and dirt clogging the charging port or a problem with the USB or lightning cable. Check out our guide for how to clean your phone's charging port if you need more help.