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Does access to iTunes from a particular country, mean that iPhone apps are also accessable in that country?

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closed as not a real question by bmike, Daniel, Kyle Cronin Nov 1 '11 at 22:04

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Could you elaborate a bit about what you are trying to do and what you've tried to solve your problem? For a question to be useful to others it needs to define a problem in specific terms. Could you edit or comment so we can make this into something usable by others? – bmike Oct 31 '11 at 20:38
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Yes. Access to the iTunes music store using one Apple-ID means that you can also use its apps section. The ID is connected to a credit card, and the ID gives access to the store in the country to which that credit card belongs. Gift cards have been a trick in the past to work around that.

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Great. Thank you hara. – UpTheCreek Nov 1 '11 at 15:26

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