Axios is reporting that Verizon has stopped selling the iPhone Xs or Xs Max.
That’s according to an executive who spoke with the website.
Verizon and Apple are continuing to negotiate the price of the iPhone models, but the executive also told Axios that the two companies are still working on the next iPhone model.
Verizas decision to not sell the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus has caused a lot of confusion.
Verizon is selling phones from both Apple and Google, but its own stores are not selling the devices.
Verzas decision comes a day after the Wall Street Journal reported that Verizon was considering selling the phones.
The Journal said that Verizon would likely use its vast customer base to keep the phones in stock.
But a spokesperson for Verizon told The Verge that the company was “not currently in discussions with Apple or Google” about selling the iPhones.
The spokesperson also said that the carrier has “not yet made a decision on selling the phone” and that “any future decisions will be made in the context of the market we have now.”
The spokesperson said that “we expect to continue to offer iPhone sales to our current and future customers,” but declined to say whether Verizon was selling the next iPhones.
It’s not clear if Verizon is using the existing customer base of Verizon customers as leverage to keep iPhone sales.
Apple has a loyal following of Verizon users, and Verizon’s customers are expected to continue buying the iPhone if Apple does not make any significant upgrades.
Apple recently began offering iPhone X and iPhone X Max in select locations across the country.