So guys, I have had the Apple Watch series 2 sports version 42 mm for about 2 months, using it everyday even to sleep and tracking some pool swims, gym trains and runs, it had until this point some 3-4 minor scratches on the aluminum body, but no scratches on the screen. So one day, after driving on a really ****** road wearing my Apple Watch when I went to sleep I felt there was something wrong with the screen as it appeared it was peeling off, but the watch was still functional and I was tired so I fell asleep and when I woke up in the morning the screen was separated from the main aluminum body of the watch, it was under the bed, but still no scratches on it. I tried calling apple's support here's in Brazil but the said as e screen was completely disconnected from the main body there was nothing they could do, not even give me a new one. I read on other forum a guy had this same problem 3 times and every time apple replaced his watch because he had apple care +, he thought it happened because of his city's warm weather, he sweats a lot and because he drives off road a lot he thinks the high frequency vibration may loosen the glue that attaches the screen to the body of the watch. What you guys think caused this problem and what do you suggest? Buying a new screen and trying to apply it myself?