let's face it, when a small German firm is able to crack Apple's (AAPL) new iPhone5S fingerprint scanner and take over the phone and steel your data, you don't fell that comfortable walking out on the street if you are a CEO of a big company, or if you are a government agency or some other entity that requires the maximum security possible.
So while BlackBerry has failed to inspire the average retail customer, the enterprise customer and many government agencies don't have many choices when they want the maximum security possible.
The "hack" of the iPhone fingerprint scanner was quite ingenious, but impractical, and actually reinforces the strength of its security. The hackers had to take someone's actual fingerprint, and tediously try to replicate it in a physical form. Who on earth could really do this?
Either you have odd definitions of "top of the line" (meaning, obsolete and unsold), or are just lying.
The iPhone has FIPS 140-2 certification, same as Blackberry.
Read the article yourself; the rest of the planet already has:
"iOS 6 granted FIPS 140-2, approved for U.S. government use"