This simply means that all these domain names are associated with the IP
Several domain names can be associated with the same IP address. This is common with name-based implementation of Shared web hosting service:
In name-based virtual hosting, also called shared IP hosting, the
virtual hosts serve multiple host names on a single machine with a
single IP address. This is possible because when a web browser
requests a resource from a web server using HTTP/1.1 it includes the
requested host name as part of the request. The server uses this
information to determine which web site to show the user.
Source: Name-based - Shared web hosting service (Wikipedia)
(Emphasis is mine)
In your particular case, all these domain names seems to belong to Apple; it's not surprising as Apple have to reason to share that single IP with anyone else. As of today, it looks like they all redirect you to the Apple webpage, but they could have done it otherwise. You could have got different website with these domain names, even though they are associated with the same IP.
As schroeder said, one reason to register several domain names that looks similar is to avoid phishing or brand abuse (e.g. typosquatting). I would like to add that another reason can be to correct user mistakes (e.g. https://googl.com/ redirects me to https://google.com/).
Note that my last paragraph doesn't involve that these domain names are associated with the same IP. My example with
googl.com shows it. But it's possible.
PS: You mention the domain name
12diasdepresentesdeitunes.com.br, I don't get it when I type your command, so I can't comment on that.