The Jackson JS30DKT guitar. It has two pickups and a 5-way switch. Shouldn't there be 3-way switch?

from the Jackson website:
Pickup Switching
5-Position Blade:
Position 1. Bridge Pickup
Position 2. Bridge and Middle Pickup
Position 3. Middle Pickup
Position 4. Middle and Neck Pickup
Position 5. Neck Pickup

Why does it say bridge, middle and neck pickup, if the guitar has only two pickups?
I assume the only option making sense is that bridge pickup means half of the bridge humbucker, bridge and middle means half of the bridge and half of the neck humbucker and so on...

Is it a mistake or am I understanding something wrong?
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That wiring setup doesn't make any sense on a two pickup guitar. It's possible that the switch will change the wiring between the two from series to paralell
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bridge is the bridge one
neck is just the neck one
middle is the inner halfs of each
middle and neck is all the neck and half of the bridge
middle and bridge is all the bridge one and half of the neck
Probably they just made a mistake xD
or the put same thing on every guitar's info xD
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Is it a mistake or am I understanding something wrong?

Most likely it's a mistake; there's something similar on the Ibanez website if I remember rightly.
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^ That's what I'm thinkin'...

Unless Jackson somehow created some new pickup technology that's going to put every other guitar company to shame...