I understand that Apparmor profiles are useful for securing programs that have access to the internet. Hence the question. I don't see any "terminal"-related profile here.
Terminal doesn't need a profile. By default, terminal doesn't do anything. Bash (by default) is the command that lets you access a shell (horridly worded, but accurate enough for this answer). From there, you can run other programs. So any profile against terminal would be totally useless (as it doesn't access anything other then it's preference files).
Keep in mind that AppArmor is basically a supplement to already existing security. If you never want terminal to access a file you can create your own profile and set it up.
As you can see in
cat /etc/apparmor.d/usr.sbin.tcpdump tcpdump (a command that you would run from bash, inside a terminal) has a profile. This is how you would "secure" commands.
cat /etc/apparmor.d/abstractions/bash you will see that bash has a profile. Thus "terminal" is protected.