Зарядное устройство EasyCharge переносное 1.1A

Зарядное устройство EasyCharge переносное 1.1A
Зарядное устройство EasyCharge переносное 1.1A
Exploitation. Handle iPhone with care. The device is made of metal, glass and plastic and contains delicate electronic components. iPhone and its battery can be damaged if dropped, exposed to fire, broken or spilled. If you suspect that the iPhone or its battery is damaged, stop using the device as this could result in overheating or injury. Do not use iPhone with cracked glass as this may result in injury. Use a case or screen protector to avoid scratching the surface of iPhone. Зарядное устройство EasyCharge переносное 1.1A
Battery. Do not try to replace the iPhone battery yourself. The lithium-ion battery in iPhone should only be replaced by Apple or an authorized service provider. Improper replacement or repair can damage the battery, overheating and injury. The battery must be recycled or disposed of separately from household waste. Do not set fire to the battery. For battery maintenance and disposal, see the Battery Maintenance and Disposal web page.
Loss of attention. Using iPhone under certain conditions can distract your attention and lead to dangerous situations (for example, avoid using headphones while cycling and typing text messages while driving). Follow rules that prohibit or restrict the use of mobile devices and headphones. For more information on driving safety, see Turn on Do Not Disturb Driver on iPhone.
Navigation. The Maps application is dependent on data services. Data delivery services are subject to change. They may not be available in all countries or regions, and as a result, maps and location information may be unavailable, inaccurate, or incomplete. Compare the information provided by the Maps application with the real area around you. Use common sense when navigating. Observe the directions of the established road signs and pay attention to the current state of the road. Certain features of the Maps application require the use of Location Services.
Charger. To charge your iPhone, do one of the following:
Connect iPhone to a power outlet using the supplied Apple Charging Cable and USB Power Adapter (sold separately).
Place iPhone faceup on a MagSafe or MagSafe Duo charger (connected to the Apple 20W USB-C Power Adapter or other compatible power adapter) or on a Qi-standard charger. (Supported on iPhone 8 or later; MagSafe and MagSafe Duo chargers, power adapters, and Qi chargers sold separately.)
You can also charge iPhone using Made for iPhone cables and power adapters, and other third-party USB 2.0 or later power adapters if they comply with applicable national and international safety standards. Other adapters may not comply with applicable safety standards, and charging with them could pose a risk of injury or death.
Using damaged cables and chargers, or charging in wet conditions can result in fire, electric shock, injury, or damage to iPhone or other property. If you are using the supplied charging cable or wireless charger (sold separately) to charge iPhone, make sure the USB connector is securely plugged into the power adapter before plugging it into a power outlet. It is very important to keep your iPhone, charging cable, power adapter, or wireless charger in a well-ventilated area during use or charging. When using the wireless charger, remove the metal covers and keep no metal objects on the charger (such as keys, coins, batteries, jewelry) as they may heat up or interfere with charging.
Charging cable and connector. Avoid prolonged skin contact with the plug or cable while the charging cable is connected to a power source, as this may cause discomfort or injury. Avoid situations where you might sit on or fall asleep on a plug or charging cable.
Prolonged heat exposure. iPhone and Apple USB Power Adapters (sold separately) comply with the required surface temperature limits set by applicable national and international safety standards. However, even within these limits, continuous contact with heated surfaces for extended periods of time may cause discomfort or injury. Use your device wisely and avoid situations in which your skin will be in contact with the device, its AC adapter, or wireless charger for extended periods of time while it is operating or connected to a power source. For example, when your device, power adapter, or wireless charger is plugged into a power source, you don’t need to sleep on it, put it under a blanket, pillow, or cover it with your body. Keep the power adapter and wireless chargers in a well-ventilated area when using or charging iPhone. Special care should be taken if your physical condition does not allow you to feel the heating temperature of the devices.
USB power adapter (sold separately). To ensure safe use of the Apple USB Power Adapter and to reduce the chance of heat generation and related injury, plug the power adapter directly into a power outlet. Do not use the power adapter in damp locations or near sources of moisture, such as vessels with liquids, washbasins, bathtubs, showers, etc. Do not touch the adapter with wet hands. Stop using the power adapter and any cables in any of the following situations:
The power adapter plug or pins are damaged.