This is actually quite logical
I think Apple has reacted in the best way here.
There are people in Greece who use Apple's cloud and despite having the money to pay for it can't due to the closure of banks as a result of the ineptitude of the government.
So Apple give them a month free. That's right, free. Not a loan, not something that needs to be paid back later, in order to ensure that nobody loses data or functionality. It's simply a tiny bit of relief for the Greeks
I'm no fan of Apple's business practices, but the people criticising this move by Apple are utter wankers. Doesn't the average Greek person deserve a bit of leeway at the moment? (Tip, if you say no then you're an utter wanker as well)