Ever since Pangu released the iOS 9 jailbreak for iPhones and iPads, there really hasn't been any development from the jailbreak community. Apple has already rolled out two major updates, iOS 9.1 and iOS 9.2, and a minor bug fix iOS 9.2.1 is underway but jailbreak developers continue to remain mum on the next software release.
To break the silence, a funding associate of TaiG, 3K Assistant, revealed that the developers have made significant progress in the development of iOS 9.2 Jailbreak and a rollout is expected soon.
TaiG did not confirm the news directly but the information originally appeared on a Chinese news outlet last Friday, which was then confirmed and reblogged by the official 3K Assistant Weibo account, JailbreakPangu.com reports. The Weibo post has since been taken down.
As the original post appeared in Chinese, the gist of the post is that iOS 9.2 Jailbreak will be available for all jailbreakers in the near future.
There has been a lot of skepticism about seeing iOS 9.2 Jailbreak anytime soon. Pangu reportedly has a working iOS 9.2 Jailbreak but has refused to share any information about the same. A recent report speculated that the next jailbreak will not arrive until 2016, a timeline supported by JailbreakPangu.com considering the long holidays of Thanksgiving and Christmas this month.
If you plan on keeping your iDevice jailbroken, it is best not to upgrade to the latest iOS software. Doing so will get your device back on stock and there is no way you can go back to an earlier iOS version to jailbreak with iOS 9 again. Since you've waited so long, it is going to be a matter for few more days or weeks until the next jailbreak arrives.