First, double particles can be used in some occasions, however, りんご は が だいすき です is INCORRECT. You will rarely see が particle before or after other particles, such as は. Think of が as the bully-strong particle that doesn't like to be seen together with another particle.
So, the correct way to say "I like apples a lot" is: りんご が だいすき です. :P
Now, what double particles exist in Japanese?
Particles such as *ni*（に), *de*（で), *kara*（から) and *made*（まで) can be combined with "wa" to show contrast.
がっこう *に は* いかない。I won't go to school (but I will go somewhere else).
がっこう *で は* たべる。I eat at school (but I don't eat somewhere else).
がっこう *から は* あるけない 。I can't walk from school (but I can walk from somewhere else).
がっこう *まで は* あるける 。I can walk to school (but I can't walk to somewhere else).