Posted: 19/11/2014 at 15:23
The top image is Scab, one of the most common Apple fungus and a bad year for it this year it has been too.
Yes, that is Bitter pit and Bramleys are rather prone to it. It is caused by a Calcium deficiency. Often weather related when the calcium in the soil becomes unavailable because of extreme drought or leached out by extreme rainfall.
We find they are not edible when afflicted by Bitter pit.
I treated ours by making deep holes around the tree with a crow bar and filling them with a Calcium solution. It seemed to work.