When I vote that a question should be closed, there are (as of April 2017) 5 options. The 2nd reads "Question is Android-independent) while the 4th reads "Blatantly Off-topic".
I can still recall a previous experience where someone asked a question about two iPhones. Soon the question got closed with the reason "Android-independent".
In the AI text it says "... for example 'Does Carrier X have prepaid plans?' ...", and from which I think what should be considered as AI should look like "I encountered this question while using Android, but it's not actually an Android problem". I can give examples that IMO belongs to AI, such as
- Good SD Card for Android phone
- Is a screen protector really neccesary (There actually is an instance and I'm curious why it hasn't been marked as off-topic yet)
- Screen broken, how can I replace a new one
And as well, BOTs should look like
- Transfer iTunes purchase
- Transfer photos between phones (The one mentioned above)
But why is that question solely about iPhones marked as "Android-independent" instead of "Blatantly Off-topic"?
This screenshot is taken from an Android mobile (on A.SE Main Site). There's also another screenshot that Death Mask Salesman took from the official Stack Exchange app visiting the Main site.
If a moderator allows, I can flag one of my own questions with this option so that further investigation is possible. Please leave a comment if you want me to do so.