As long as canon and all other digicam makers are able to put wifi and gps into quite a number of measly and cheap 1/1.7" and 1/2.3" dwarf-sensored compact and bridge cams .. Powershots, elphs, coolpix ... And are able to get regulatory approvals for those pieces of junk around the world ... There is no excuse on earth for not putting wifi, gps and rt flash commander into every single dslr they make.
But they don't sell every pile of junkin every country, because they can't. that's the excuse.
The GPS / wi-fi enabled ones are sold in countries that permit that (e.g. UK, Europe, USA), and not in those that don't (e.g. Saudi Arabia). That's why for DSLRs there is an "N" version of the 70D (N stands for Not GPS/Wi-fi enabled) and other GPS/Wi-fi enabled DSLRs that don't have wi-fi so that their users don't get arrested and cameras confiscated in the countries that frown on the ability to take a photo of a sensitive building and instantly stick it onto Facebook.