We covered the patent for lists and documents separately, because of its serious threat level, but that isn't the only one Apple got the USPTO to approve.
In fact, the company now has 25 more, two of which
deal with its OpenCL and movable connectors in docking systems for iPads, iPhones, iPods, respectively.
At the very least, they don't look like the sort of technology Apple can use in its patent wars, especially the latter that has to do with its iDevices only (and is pretty straightforward, too).
The other one might not exactly be legal fodder either, but it does have a higher relevance.
Fully utilizing the processing power of both GPUs and CPUs is impossible at present. OpenCL tries to leverage both, but GPUs and CPUs are configured with different programming environments, which makes it all very difficult.
The standard is still in a state of relative infancy though, so Apple isn't really late to the party.