I'm not sure of recommendations for other fruit trees, but for peaches the recs are generally not low N. Of course it depends on crop load. Peach trees which have lost their crop due to frost wouldn't generally require any N.
To this point I've not seen any evidence too much N reduces peach crops, but maybe it's different with other fruit trees. For peaches, more N = more growth, which equals more fruit because fruit is produced on one year wood. For trees which fruit on spurs, I think too much N can put trees in a vegetative state and reduce spur development. Perhaps that's what you were referring too?
Anyway, I would be suspect of any "standard blend" of fertilizer for fruit trees. The variables are too numerous and different to trust for a standard blend.
I have quit adding any N to my few apple trees or pear trees to get them to size up. I battle fireblight so much that it's not worth it to add any vigor. I definitely see more shoot blight with more vigorous apple/pear trees. This year I've started spraying Apogee on apples to control shoot growth. It seems to have helped. Despite a very wet year I've seen very little shoot blight. Apogee is also supposed to encourage spur development on apples, but I'm not sure I've seen that yet.