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Chitetezo ndi kusamalira

For additional safety and handling information, see the AirPods User Guide at support.apple.com/guide/airpods

Zofunika zachitetezo

Handle AirPods and case with care. They contain sensitive electronic components, including batteries, and can be damaged, impair functionality, or cause injury if dropped, burned, punctured, crushed, disassembled, or if exposed to excessive heat or liquid or to environments having high concentrations of industrial chemicals, including near evaporating liquified gasses such as helium. Don’t use damaged AirPods or case

Mabatire

Osayesa kusintha ma AirPods kapena mabatire nokha - mutha kuwononga mabatire, zomwe zingayambitse kutenthedwa ndi kuvulala.

kulipiritsa

Charge the case with the charging cable and a power adapter or computer or by placing the case with status light facing up on a MagSafe, Qi-certified, or Apple Watch wireless charger. Only charge with an adapter that is compliant with applicable country regulations and international and regional safety standards. Other adapters may not meet applicable safety standards, and charging with such adapters could pose a risk of death or injury. Using damaged cables or chargers, or charging when moisture is present, can cause fire, electric shock, injury, or damage to the case or other property. When using a wireless charger, avoid placing metallic foreign objects on the charger (for example, keys, coins, batteries, or jewelry), as they may become warm or interfere with charging

Kutentha kwakanthawi

Pewani kukhudzana ndi khungu kwa nthawi yayitali ndi chipangizo, chosinthira mphamvu yake, chingwe chotchaja ndi cholumikizira, kapena cholumikizira opanda zingwe chikalumikizidwa kugwero lamagetsi, chifukwa zitha kuyambitsa kusapeza bwino kapena kuvulala. Za exampLe, pamene cholozeracho chikulipiritsa pogwiritsa ntchito chingwe chochazira ndi adaputala yamagetsi kapena cholumikizira opanda zingwe cholumikizidwa pamagetsi, musakhale pansi kapena kugona pamlandu, chingwe chojambulira, cholumikizira, adapter yamagetsi, kapena charger yopanda zingwe, kapena kuziyika. pansi pa bulangeti, pilo, kapena thupi lanu. Samalani kwambiri ngati muli ndi vuto lakuthupi lomwe limakhudza luso lanu lozindikira kutentha kwa thupi lanu

Kumva kutayika

Listening to sound at high volumes may permanently damage your hearing. Background noise, as well as continued exposure to high volume levels, can make sounds seem quieter than they actually are. Check the volume after inserting AirPods in your ears and before playing audio. For more information about hearing loss and how to set a maximum volume limit, go to apple.com/sound.

CHENJEZO: Pofuna kupewa kuwonongeka kwakumva, osamvera pamiyeso yayikulu kwakanthawi

Kuopsa kwagalimoto

Kugwiritsa ntchito ma AirPods poyendetsa galimoto sikovomerezeka ndipo ndikoletsedwa m'malo ena. Yang'anani ndikumvera malamulo ndi malangizo ogwiritsira ntchito zomvera m'makutu mukamayendetsa galimoto. Samalani ndi tcheru pamene mukuyendetsa galimoto. Lekani kumvera chipangizo chanu chomvera ngati muchiona kuti chikusokoneza kapena kukusokonezani mukamayendetsa galimoto yamtundu uliwonse kapena mukuchita chilichonse chomwe chimafuna chidwi chanu chonse.

Kuopsa koopsa

AirPods, the case, and small parts included with AirPods may present a choking hazard or cause other injury to small children. Keep them away from small children.
CHENJEZO: If using the charging case with a lanyard or other strap, use caution to ensure the lanyard or strap does not get caught in other objects.

Kusokoneza kwa zamankhwala

AirPods and case contain components and radios that emit electromagnetic fields. AirPods and case also contain magnets. These electromagnetic fields and magnets may interfere with pacemakers, defibrillators, or other medical devices. Maintain a safe distance of separation between your medical device and AirPods and case. Consult your physician and medical device manufacturer for information specific to your medical device. Stop using AirPods and case if you suspect they are interfering with your pacemaker, defibrillator, or any other medical device.

Khungu lakupweteka

AirPods can lead to skin irritation if not properly cleaned. Clean AirPods regularly with a soft lint-free cloth. For additional information on how to clean your device and other tips to avoid skin irritation, go to apple.com/support. If a skin problem develops, discontinue use. If the problem persists, consult a physician.

Electrostatic shock

Mukamagwiritsa ntchito ma AirPod m'malo omwe mpweya ndi wowuma kwambiri, ndikosavuta kupanga magetsi osasunthika ndipo ndizotheka kuti makutu anu alandire kutulutsa kwamagetsi pang'ono kuchokera ku AirPods. Kuti muchepetse chiopsezo chotulutsa ma electrostatic discharge, pewani kugwiritsa ntchito ma AirPod pamalo owuma kwambiri, kapena kukhudza chinthu chachitsulo chosapentidwa musanayike ma AirPod.

Zofunikira zogwirira ntchito

Discoloration of the Lightning connector and/or of the bottom of the stem of your AirPods after regular use is normal. Dirt, debris, and exposure to moisture may cause discoloration. For information about exposure to liquid and cleaning AirPods, the case, and the Lightning connector, go to apple.com/support.

Support

Kuti mudziwe zambiri za chithandizo ndi kuthetsa mavuto, ndi ma board a ogwiritsa ntchito, pitani ku apple.com/support.

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