There is a scam a minute - this is today's flavor; tomorrow it'll be someone else. Anyone falling for this will no doubt be asked for some sort of deposit or whatever it'll be called for the imaginary iPhone that is supposedly going to be mailed.
And, lots of companies sell email addresses - it's big business. They don't care about you as long as they get paid.
See the following threads for more information about this kind of scam -
Do not send any information, and especially not banking information to these people. Obviously do not send them any money either.
If you do want to apply for jobs at Apple the place to start is here - http://www.apple.com/jobs/us/index.html
Best of luck.