There are endless scam emails pretending to be APPLE or Microsoft or PayPal or a hundred other companies asking you to enter your identity information to verify your login or reset your password or something similar.
Then they can use the information to access your financial information or maybe sell your details to other scammers.
This specific scam includes a warning of a virus. The message says
Dear Apple customer. This is to inform you that a virus has been detected in our iTunes database and to ensure you don’t lose access to your account, you must re-validate your details immediately.
Now APPLE don’t send out messages for you to click and validate so its obviously a scam.
But also, the email address shows as APPLE Service but the real address is a give-away that it’s not anything to do with Apple – email@example.com
A simple scam.
Always read such messages carefully and don’t click unless you’re sure it’s safe to do so.