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Hey guys, My iPhone died recently and my phone carrier just gave me a new one.. thing is I just found out I had bought two apps on my old iPhone but never synced them with my itunes before it died .

Now, my question is.. Is it possible to recover those apps without having to buy them again or am I pretty much screwed?
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There will be a record of the purchase on your iTunes account.

Go to the app store, via your phone or iTunes and attempt to buy them again. You will get a message along the lines of:
"You have already purchased this app. Do you want to download it again for free?"

Just accept the download. Job done.

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Sweet, thanks
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