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    I just purchased the iPad Pro and it is all set up but now I need to charge it. When I try to put the end into the iPad, there is some resistance and there seems to be a piece of rubber there. Do I need to push harder, and is the rubber supposed to be there?
    05-07-2016 01:05 AM
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    Welcome to iMore!

    There should be minimal resistance and nothing should be inside the lightning port. Try using a wooden toothpick to remove what is in the port. Do not be aggressive when trying. If you can not remove it, make an appointment to have it looked at by a Genius at an Apple Store. There should definitely be nothing in the port.
    05-07-2016 05:30 AM

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