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It's pretty hard to tell from that photo. There are thousands and thousands of different varieties and cultivars of what we call "apples". A few hundred years ago, all fruits that were not berries were called apples, but now apple is a more specific term. There are still some fruits that are not really apples but are still called apples...pineapples, water apples, wood apples, rose apples. In the top left corner of your photo you can see the "stem end" of one fruit. It does certainly look like an apple. The ones held in the hand show the bottom (blossom end) of the fruit. It's just a tiny little dot and doesn't really look like (what I'd call) an apple. Tell us what you call them...are they "Monkey Apples"?ACCESS_POST_ACTIONS