Jet magazine is no longer accepting subscriptions, the magazine confirmed Tuesday.
Jet is the largest publication of its kind in the United States, with more than 100,000 print and online subscriptions.
The magazine had previously told readers that its subscribers would be able to upgrade to Jet’s new iPhones.
“Jet has now decided to stop selling iPhones,” a Jet spokesperson told TechCrunch in a statement.
“We apologize to our customers for any inconvenience this may have caused.”
Jet has a history of making the jump from the iPhone 4S and 5 to the newer iPhone X. It introduced a 3D Touch feature in iOS 9.2.1, which lets users customize and customize colors and gestures for the home screen.
The feature is available on both the iPhone X and iPhone XS.
Jet also introduced a feature called the Jet Book, which let readers read in the magazine from their phone’s book reader, as well as read articles from other magazines on the platform.
Jet’s subscription changes are part of Jet’s efforts to focus on mobile in a new way.
Jet has said that it will launch a new subscription service next year that will include both an iPhone app and Jet.com app.