Dude, leave the hyperbole out; that waffle has nothing at all to do with my comment and you know it.
I said, and I quote: "A decent passcode is far more secure than a fingerprint ever will be. It's just not quite as convenient."
For usage purposes, scanning a fingerprint might be slightly easier (if annoying after you've touched the damned sensor 3 or 4 times); but hacking... They might be able to lift a fingerprint from the screen given time (which they'll have if they've stolen it), but they aren't going to lift a passcode from it.
You're assuming a clean glass screen with a few fingerprints. Try and grab one off a screen with thousands of overlapping prints, and most are smeared.
There's no saying Apple might not include a pin code lock at some point for two point security. I'm certain they'll be watching the number of thefts going forward and implement it if needed.
But as for single point security, biometrics beats a pin code. Biometrics secures based on what you have. Meaning, you must have the print each time to unlock and can be difficult and time consuming to obtain a useable copy. A pin code is based on what you know. Watch the code be entered or force the person to tell it and you can unlock it anytime.