Well, if you need to core the apples also, a corer/wedger is faster.

I’d be tempted in this case to just roughly chop and leave the cores in, even though I have a wedger. The wedger is a bit of a pain to clean and easy to cut myself with when pushing through the bits of apple that get stuck, so I really only pull it out when I’m making pies. I’ve heard of peeler-slicer-corer devices — eventually I’ll have to look into those.

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