Use of AirPodsPro while operating a v
is not recommended and is illegal in some
areas. Check and obey the applicable law
and regulations on the use of earphones while
operating a vehicle. Be careful and att
while driving. Stop listening to you
r audio device
if you find it disruptive or distracting while
operating any type of vehicle or performing an
activity that requires your full att
AirPodsPro, the case, and small parts included
with AirPodsPro may pr
esent a choking hazard
or cause other injury to small children. K
them away fr
om small children.
Medical device interference
AirPodsPro and case contain component
and radios that emit electromagnetic fields.
AirPodsPro and case also contain magnet
These electromagnetic fields and magnets may
interfere with pacemaker
s, defibrillators, or
other medical devices. Maintain a safe distance
of separation between your medical de
AirPodsPro and case. Consult y
and medical device manufacturer for inf
specific to your medical device. Stop using
AirPodsPro and case if y
ou suspect they are
interfering with your pacemaker
, defibrillat or , or
any other medical device.
Pro can lead to skin irritation if not
properly cleaned. Clean AirPodsPro r
with a soft lint-free cloth.
information on how to clean y
our device and
other tips to avoid skin irritation, go t
. If a skin problem develops,
discontinue use. If the problem persists, consult
When using AirPodsPro in areas wher
e the air
is very dry
, it is easy to build up st atic electricity
and possible for your ear
s to receive a small
electrostatic discharge from A
irPodsPro. T o
minimize the risk of electrostatic dischar
avoid using AirPodsPr
o in extremely dry
environments, or tou
ch a grounded unpainted
metal object before inserting AirPodsPro
Important handling information
Discoloration of the Lightning connector
and/or of the bottom of the stem of your
AirPodsPro after r
egular use is normal. Dirt,
debris, and exposure to moistur
e may cause
discoloration. For information about exposur
liquid and cleaning AirPodsPro, the case, and
the Lightning connector
, see apple.com/support .
For support and troubleshooting information,
and user discussion boards, go to
Class 1 Laser information
This device is classified as a Class 1 Laser
product per IEC60825-1 Ed. 3. This de
complies with 21 CFR 1040.
10 and 1040 .11,
or conformance with IEC 60825-1 Ed.
3., as described in Laser Notice No. 5
2019. Caution: This device cont ains one
or more lasers. Use other than as described
in the user guide, repair
, or disassembly may
cause damage, which could result in hazardous
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