The plot below shows the output without vegetables which tend to dominate.
On the positive side, the lack of apples will probably help the trees to develop their branches more quickly and get to their final size more quickly. The grafted apple tree is also growing strongly and may start producing next year. The soil of the garden is still developing too. There is still a long way to go before it is really thick and fertile, but each year it is getting better and the type of plants that grow is changing. There are some other parts of the garden that are maturing too. For example, there are now lots of edible alliums (garlic shoots, rocambole and Babbington leeks) for the picking. I'm just hoping that next year we'll have some apples to go with them too.