Pruning fruit clusters

When my apple tree or pear tree have clusters of fruit, does removing the smaller or damaged fruit allow the remaining fruit to grow bigger, faster, better?
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yes, but thinning earlier works better. Ingrid

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After the June drop you thin the fruit to be a hand's breadth apart, Of course you remove the ugly ones first.
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