The groups in question include the more popularly known Pangu development team along with the Taig team, which currently offers the 9.1 jailbreak via Safari browser.
The Taig Team’s partner, 3K Assistant, has recently been quoted as saying that the iOS 9.2 jailbreak tool is currently not working, but that developers are hard at work in attempting to bypass Apple’s integrated security measures as usual.
As of the beginning of 2016, Pangu is currently leading the jailbreaking scene in number of public releases. The group has released three jailbreaking tools first for iOS 7.0.6 through iOS 7.1.2, iOS 8 through iOS 8.0.2 and iOS 9 through iOS 9.0.2.
We expect to hear more news from both Pangu and TaiG teams very soon, including updates from the Chinese development scene the information receives confirmation.