CNBC’s Jim Cramer will have an interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook tonight on Cramer’s Mad Money. The topic at hand is about the future of the company and where Apple is heading from here. 

Yesterday, Apple did announce in their Q2 earnings that iPhone sales were down by 1 percent, iPad sales were down by 13 percent, but Mac sales up by 4 percent. The company also announced that their services (Apple Pay, Apple Music, iTunes, App Store) are “on track” to be a Fortune 500 company by the end of 2017.

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Update (5/3/2017)