Wireless chargers and Lightning cables are both ways to charge electronic devices, but they differ in a few key ways.
Wireless chargers allow you to charge your device without plugging it in using a cable. Instead, they use electromagnetic induction to transfer power from the charger to the device. To use a wireless charger, you simply place your device on the charging pad, and it will start charging. Wireless chargers are convenient because you don’t have to plug and unplug your device every time you want to charge it. However, wireless chargers can be slower than charging with a cable, and you need to place your device on the charging pad in a specific way to ensure it starts charging.
Lightning cables are used to connect your device to a power source, such as a wall adapter or a computer, to charge it. The Lightning connector is a proprietary design used by Apple on their mobile devices. Lightning cables are generally faster than wireless charging, and they can also be used to transfer data between your device and a computer. However, you do need to physically plug your device into the cable, which can be inconvenient if you need to use your device while it’s charging.
In summary, wireless chargers are convenient for their lack of cables and easy-to-use design, but can be slower and require more precise placement. Lightning cables are faster and can also be used to transfer data, but require plugging in and unplugging every time.