Yes, scam. I have had this one. They want you to click on the links where you will be asked to enter your Apple ID and password. If you compare it to a normal one from Apple you can see the differences.
It is a very good one as I spent some time checking whereas I normally spot them instantly.
Best thing to do to check if an email is legit or not is to click on the bit that says "from" which will then bring up the proper email address that the person calling themselves "Amazon" or whatevs is from. If the return address is a load of gobbledygook from somewhereorother.com you can safely ignore it.
Anything saying you've won something (other than the Premium Bonds through the official NS&I App)
Anything that asks for your account details, PIN, password or credentials
Anything that's asking you to send money because they are stranded on holiday and will pay you back later
Any of the above also having poor English spelling and grammar
Is a big fat hairy SCAM so don't fall for it!!! Delete, report to firstname.lastname@example.org and never click on URLs without hovering over them and looking at them, 99.9% of the time they are unrecognisable, dodgy as fuck and need to be trashed.
Report it as a phishing scam. You will get these scams from all sorts of "valid" companies - eg PayPal and Amazon (we have processed your order for £459.99 etc) trying to panic you into contacting them, thus confirming that they have reached a real and active e-mail address, and giving them the chance to get further details.