We have not seen any new jailbreak since Pangu 9 jailbreak tool, which was capable of jailbreaking iOS 9.0.2. This is why many in the jailbreak scene are either stuck with a jailbroken device on an older version without having access to the latest iOS feature or updated to the latest version and do not have a jailbroken device.
For those who are still hoping to see another jailbreak, iOS hacker qwertyoruiop has successfully demonstrated an untethered jailbreak for iOS 9.2, iOS 9.2.1, and 9.3 beta. The hacker has tweeted the link to a video in which he demonstrates an untethered jailbreak on an iPhone 6 running iOS 9.2. He opens up the Cydia on his device to show the iOS version, executes Terminal commands, and tinkers with Winterboard themes before respringing his device.
Although the hacker demonstrated the untethered jailbreak only on iOS 9.2, he claims that the same jailbreak will also work on iOS 9.2.1 and iOS 9.3 beta. Unfortunately, the hacker writes in the video description on YouTube that this jailbreak is going to remain private: “which shall be kept private for the Leader’s enjoyment.”
The hacker released the video only for demonstration purposes to show that there’s still hope for a public jailbreak, but we’ll have to wait for a big hackers team to handle the public jailbreak release process. Since the exploits used in the demonstrated jailbreak also works on iOS 9.3 beta, it would make more sense for the jailbreak team to hold off the jailbreak tool until the final version of iOs 9.3 has been pushed to the general public.