Considering that Apple doesn't actually manufacture the products in question (they design them and farm out the manufacture of the devices to other companies), let alone manufacture the devices in the US (they are all built in China), how would a product ban result in lost jobs in the US? Do you really care if some underpaid assembly worker working under sweatshop conditions in a foreign country is laid off?
Besides, it would be just desserts for Apple to have their devices stopped at the border, as they did the same thing to HTC when they had the ITC delay the release of their One series of phones.
At least in the US the employee could find another job. It might not be the same line of work but I have always been of the belief that if you need a job that bad take your ass to the nearest fast food place. It may not pay all the bills, but at least it's money! It's better then doing nothing! Over there it's not that easy.