Samsung Galaxy S5 with Knox or iPhones, which is more secure?

We’re looking to migrate away from Blackberrys for our end users. We are considering Samsung Galaxy S5 with Knox or IPhones. Which one would be the most secure?
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Justin BradshawOwnerCommented:
I'm kinda partial toward iOS, but from what I've seen and read, the security on the new iPhones (with secure enclave) is second to none. Everything is encrypted end-to-end with the user's password which can be quite strong if you put a password policy in place. Not as familiar with Knox but I doubt adding software to Android can make it nearly as secure as the hardware-software closed loop Apple has created.

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