I still have an old Series 0 Apple Watch laying around the house which I was going to hand down to my 14 year old son. So I pulled it out of a drawer to set it up when I noticed that the screen popped loose on one side. I figured it was ready for the trash heap since it’s really not worth $249 which is what Apple charges to repair. However, I vaguely remembered something about Apple extending to 3 years the warranty repairs on bulging batteries. When I searched this forum to find out more info, I was inundated with threads about unhappy watch owners reporting that Apple denied their screen replacement saying that it was normal wear. Which leads me to my question. Without sending my watch back to Apple is there any way to tell if my screen popped loose due to a swelling battery? The watch still seems to work good and even has great battery life. Was there also an adhesive issue with these watches that wasn’t covered?