That is a very very new aircraft. The notes on the jetphotos.com posting (photo taken 2/21/2021, uploaded 2/27/2021) say:
the first A321neo for jetBlue with the Mint suites on board for North American flying and the new "Ribbons" tail design...delivered 26.02.2021 as N2501J
Delivered only yesterday!
The N-number must be a typo, because N2501J is ...
Technically the B-2 bomber has rudders, they are "drag rudders" (or split rudder) and are located on the outer portion of the wing:
The rudders open in a clamshell configuration to create a drag force on the outer part of the wing. Because these are on the outer part of the wing, they can create a significant yaw force.