Welcome to round 3 of our giant Christmas Quiz 2016! This is round 3, which is all about Apple through the years.

Our cryptic collection of Apple-related trivia questions has five rounds, and this is the third. We've already tested you on The Life and Times of Steve Jobs (round 1) and Notable Apple employees (round 2). The last two rounds are linked at the end of this article.

Listed below are the questions; when you're ready for the answer scroll down. No peaking now - and remember that you're aiming for 30 points out of 50!

Q1 Name the club Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs joined in 1975.

Q2 When did Apple ship its first tablet-style computer?

Q3 Which Apple project reportedly only existed because an engineer wanted his son to be able to live closer to his grandparents?

Q4 What inspired the design of the flexible, adjustable arm introduced with the iMac G4?

Q5 Which Apple ad campaign featured images of Alfred Hitchcock, Albert Einstein, Bob Dylan, John Lennon and Muhammad Ali?

Q6 When and where did the first European Apple Store open?

Q7 When Steve Jobs was stripped of all his duties at Apple in 1985, where did he move to?

Q8 What was the name of the range of cameras that Apple manufactured in the mid-1990s?

Q9 Who partnered with Apple to produce the Pippin games console?

Q10 In 2008, where could you see Steve Mobbs, Mapple, the MyPod, MyPhone, MyTunes, MyCube, Mapple Store and Braniac Bar?

Apple Christmas Quiz 2016 round 3: The answers

Q1: Name the club Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs joined in 1975.

The Homebrew Computer Club helped spark the PC era. After seeing a specification sheet for a microprocessor at the club, Woz said that he "started to sketch out on paper what would later become known as the Apple I".

Q2: When did Apple ship its first tablet-style computer?

As long ago as 1993, surprisingly. Apple's failed Newton OS platform is generally regarded as the forerunner to the iPad, with eight MessagePad devices released from 1993 onwards, although Jobs scrapped the platform in 1998.

Q3: Which Apple project reportedly only existed because an engineer wanted his son to be able to live closer to his grandparents?

The move to Intel-based Macs. Apple engineer John Scheinberg wanted to relocate to the East Coast and work from home. In order to make the move he had to find a project he could work on independently, rather than as part of a team. That project, dating back to 2000, was designing an Intel version of OS X.

Q4: What inspired the design of the flexible, adjustable arm introduced with the iMac G4?

Sunflowers. Introduced in 2002, Apple's iMac G4 design was inspired by a walk in Steve Jobs' garden.

"Every year I do something wild with the garden, and that time it involved masses of sunflowers," Jobs' wife Laurene recalled. "Jony and Steve were riffing on their design problem, then Jony asked, 'What if the screen was separated from the base like a sunflower?' He got excited and started sketching."

Q5: Which Apple ad campaign featured images of Alfred Hitchcock, Albert Einstein and Muhammad Ali among others?

The award-winning Think Different campaign began in 1997. It featured iconic black-and-white portraits of historical figures Steve Jobs admired.

Q6: When and where did the first European Apple Store open?

Regent Street, London, on Saturday 20 November 2004. But London and 2004 will earn you the point!

Q7: After Steve Jobs was stripped of all his duties at Apple in 1985, where did he claim he'd moved to?

Siberia.

After a power struggle in early 1985, Jobs became increasingly isolated, with Apple's board siding with then CEO John Sculley. "They basically stripped Jobs of responsibilities and gave him an office that he referred to as 'Siberia'," explained Alan Deutschman, the author of The Second Coming of Steve Jobs.

Q8: What was the name of the range of cameras that Apple manufactured in the mid-1990s?

QuickTake. One of the first true consumer digital cameras, the costly $749 QuickTake 100 could store just eight 640 x 480 VGA-quality photos.

Q9: Who partnered with Apple to produce the Pippin games console?

Bandai. Released in 1996, Pippin sold for $599 and lacked both games and a promotional push from Apple. Capable of playing standard audio CD, CD Plus and Photo CD formats, it also offered internet connectivity, but lacked a hard disk.

Q10: In 2008, where could you see Steve Mobbs, Mapple, the MyPod, MyPhone, MyTunes, MyCube, Mapple Store and Braniac Bar?

On the Simpsons. The episode 'Mypods and Boomsticks' contains a number of Apple parodies: Lisa, for example, gets a MyPod.

When you're ready to carry on, here are the remaining rounds!