Accordingly, the email will ask the targeted user to click the embedded link to confirm their identity before one can access their Apple ID. In doing so, the victim will be redirected to a phishing website and asked to enter their private information.
Those using electronic mail, especially for work-related activities, are advised to thoroughly validate the emails they receive to avoid possible computer security breach. Once a message having the same nature is received, it should be closed immediately and reported as a spam in their corresponding email program.
Shown below are screenshots of the received phishing e-mail in comparison with a legitimate email from Apple Inc