Users who had already jail broken their iOS 9 devices using the tool released by Pangu were left in a fix as the tool did not have any effect on the iOS 9.1. Thus they had no other option other than waiting for another jailbreaking tool to be released for the iOS 9.1.
Another prominent tech site claims that a fully functional jailbreaking tool has already been developed for the iOS 9.1, but it cannot to be publicly released as of yet due to certain reasons.
Apparently, a cyber security firm by the name of Zerodium had earlier announced a $1 prize money for anyone or any team that might be able to develop a jailbreaking tool for the iOS 9.1. The tool needed to be browser based to be eligible for receiving the prize. It should be compatible with all types of devices from Apple that use the iOS.
A team of hackers had reportedly bagged the prize money by submitting a jailbreak for the iOS 9.1 to Zerodium, which fulfilled the mentioned requirements. This untethered jailbreaking tool will work on the beta versions of both iOS 9.1 and iOS 9.2.
However, since Zerodium is the owner of the License of the tool, it is completely upto them to decide whether they want to keep the tool private or release it to the common public.
Stay tuned for more update on Apple iOS Jailbreak.