Today I was lying on the couch and I happen to rotate my wrist and then I felt a plop on my leg. My Apple Watch (series 0 sport) face had fallen off (it’s still connected by wiring, still works otherwise). My dilemma: I bought it in May 2015 so it's over 3 years old. I think it has a swollen battery. The battery feels cushiony on top and the face does sit correctly without pushing it down slightly. Because it’s older than 3 years, even if the cause is a swollen battery, Apple will still charge me $79 (otherwise it’s $199). I plan to buy the next generation watch so it seems dumb to put $79 into a watch I’m only going to have for another 5 weeks. Can I limp along with this safely for another 5 weeks? I intend to keep it completely away from water naturally. Is the battery unsafe to charge now? Can i just tape it closed for the time being? Not sure about gluing it myself. What would you recommend I do to safely keep the watch going for 1 more month or so till the new models are announced? Thanks.