Well after only four days I racked to secondary, a little early but hydrometer reading was already at 1.016 and I just emptied out the alcoholic ginger beer that was in the secondary.
I removed the apples that were on the top before racking, I took a bite out of one, they had pretty much no flavour at all except for a bit of a 'bite' from the skins. Also the apples were starting to fall apart and small pieces of apple were floating around, tried to transfer as little as possible of those bits.
The skins had barely any red colour left in them. They didn't go brown like apples do when left out at the open, must be because of the boil or the absence of oxygen in the fermenter.
At the moment it smells appley but has a bit of an 'after-smell' of old apples, not unpleasent but not the greatest aroma either.
Tastes good, a strong apple flavour kinda similar to the apples.
The colour at the moment is not the greatest, kind of a greyish colour, not as unappealing as it sounds haha.
The annoying thing is because of the displacement of the apples only about 18 L ended up in the secondary.
So yeah, probably get about 7 more days in the secondary, hopefully it will finish up soonish, I've got an ale that I'd rather have in the secondary hehe.