Of course, it is low-hanging fruit, badly composed, badly written and an obvious scam, which leads me to believe that the sender(s) are amateurs and probably the kind of chaps who sit in internet cafés in small African towns, churning them out daily. And yes, such people do exist.
The link in the email is to a compromised website that has a fake Apple sign in screen, if you hover the mouse over it you can see that it is not https://appleid.apple.com. I have frequently said that emails from institutions requesting you login to an account should not contain such links, you should always be required to type the address in a new tab but that's just a bee in my personal infosec bonnet.
So here is the email as seen in my spam folder:
|This is an automated email, please do not reply|
Email ID: 163327