Apple AirPower Qi pad seen in Vienna airport turns out to be a fake
When the AirPower Qi charging pad does show up sometime this year, it will have enough room to charge an Apple iPhone X, an Apple iPhone 8 and an Apple Watch (or an AirPods wireless charging case) all at the same time. When put on a pad, each device will emit a special tone; when connected to the charging system, animation will appear on a device's screen.
The same fake pad has been discovered on eBay where it is being sold as a "3 in 1 Qi Wireless Charging Charger Pad for iPhone X iPhone 8 Watch 2/3 AirPower." This product is priced at $50 Australian Dollars, equivalent to $38 USD at current exchange rates. Right away this tells you that this is not a real Apple product. The listing says that the pad is unbranded, another good clue.
Late last year, there was talk that the real AirPower Qi charging pad will cost close to $200. However, until Apple releases the product, the actual price is unknown.
source: @ThePeterAllan via AppleInsider