I disagree, the president indicated that pimax would update their controller design.
tr.v. up·dat·ed , up·dat·ing , up·dates
1. To alter so as to be up to date: update a textbook; update the files.
2. To inform (someone) with the latest information.
1. Information that updates something or someone.
2. The act or an instance of bringing something or someone up to date.
3. An updated version of something.
To update, or to alter a design is to change it. But it’s totally silly that you would even argue the semantics of a definition which is so straight to the point like this.
Update implies change, especially in the context of a new controller design.
The whole point of this thread, is that the president of the company, not just any PR representative, indicated they would update the design of the controllers and there has been nothing shown to indicate that is happening. If there is no intention of doing so, then you can’t argue that it isn’t bad PR, a misdirection and a lie for Pimax to say otherwise. There should be no confusion about these matters if information is coming from the top of the company.