The MOST important thing to self worry about or be concerned with in my opinion is whether the food item you are eating fits within the caloric limitations set for you. If eating at night fits the caloric equation, dont fret over it.
Within this in mind, the other issue to be concerned with are the ratios of nutrients you are getting throughout the day, and how well the fruit fits at the time you are eating it. Sometimes people fret too much over fruit when weight training and deficit dieting, ---->When it ISNT a concern.
Just some food for thought:
You have to remember this about deficit dieting: You are in fact creating a energy shortage, and due to this, the body literally eats its self for a fuel source (think canabolism). Just like you wouldnt like to bite your own arm, the body doesnt like to have itself for dinner, and will give off responses in various forms as a result. In other words cravings are going to occur and psychological battles are going to be run into constantly.
But there are ways to combat these complications.
Dont worry about the fruit. Natural fruit is fine even at night, but especially after a good workout.