Dirk, is English a second language? If so, that's probably why we are miscommunicating.
On Post #3, the second picture, you show a candle with new needles. The "candle" looks like it was maybe 4 or 5 centimeters long. There is one centimeter from where it starts to emerge from last year's growth before the needles start. That part has no buds. We call that portion of the candle the "neck". Then you have the needles. If you look at the very tip end, you will see a pointed structure, it will eventually turn white as it matures. That is a bud. They vary in size, but they will probably grow to be about 3/4 of a centimeter before it goes dormant for the winter.
Next spring, the buds will begin to swell, and grow longer. Just as the buds are beginning to swell, or even just before they do is the proper time to repot. It is better to repot too early than too late. As the buds swell, they get longer. Some can become very long 10 to 20 centimeter, some less strong may stay very short, less than a centimeter. If they come from a bud at the end of a shoot, we call the growth a "candle".
Your tree had many candles. In your first post, I can see several candles, and they appear to be about 3 centimeters long. That is really too late to repot. It appears the tree survived, so it's ok. When the candles stop getting longer, that is when the needles emerge from the candles.
Your first post shows candles that have extended and are ready to begin produce needles.
Your JBP looks perfectly normal to me. You may have set it back a little by repotting late, but it appears normal.