I just found an article and looks like Series 0 and Series 1 displays and batteries are completely interchangeable.
Dan check this (all information from ifixit)
Apple Watch Teardown
Apple Watch - Series 1
The Apple Watch Series 1 is a revamp of the original Apple Watch, announced September 7, 2016. Most of the parts are the same as the Series 2
Andrew Goldberg's Article
"When we tore open the Series 2, we found a totally redesigned, streamlined, repair-friendly interior."
"To find out for sure, we warmed our iOpener and unsheathed our opening knife. With the display open, the verdict is … it’s a Series 0 in there."
"The construction in the new Series 1 exactly matches what we saw in our teardown of the original Apple Watch, right down to that annoying display cable bracket. That’s the exact same 0.78 Wh (205 mAh at 3.8 V) battery, right down to the Apple part number. Just to be sure, we checked compatibility with our original Apple Watch parts stock, and found that Series 0 and Series 1 displays and batteries are completely interchangeable."
Apple Watch Series 2 Teardown
Apple Watch Series 3 Teardown
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There is no such thing as a Series 1 Gen 2
Lets see if you can clarify following this list:
- Original - Most parts are unique to it
- Series 1 - Parts (except logic board) are the same as Series 2
- Series 2
- Series 3 - Latest model some parts are the same as Series 2
Dan I don't know much about apple watches but I know what I am getting back from Apple Check Coverage :
Your Service and Support Coverage: WATCH SERIES 1 38MM (2ND GEN) Serial Number: FHLT11xxxxxC
Ha! Apple can't even call it by its proper name! Your first watch you have is either a Series 1 or a Series 2 depending on how you look at it ;-} Glass have full or half empty?
Your second watch is the original Apple Watch.
My Watch program on the iPhone tells me I have a Series 2 It should tell you if you have a Series 1, Series 2 or have the original. I would look at that.
The series 1 screen is the same screen as the 1st gen. Screen.
The series 2 is the same as the series 3 screen when it comes to connectors, but the series 2 screen has a sensor chip built into the screen and the series 3 screen doesn’t have this because it is built into the main board.
von Marcus Riley
Would the lcd replacements between series 1 and 2 be interchangable bar that sensor in the LCD? Trying to fix one and figured the since they're both 38mm it may be worth a shot but I wanted to seek more information before I went ahead and got the replacement
von Enzo Abarzua