And if you can't use wifi or gps because of the metal body..... how do you think it manages to talk to a wireless flash???
Wifi and RT would have reduced range if they can't get the antenna outside the metal. A GPS receiver however, deals with signals several orders of magnitude weaker, and would never work acceptably inside a metal body.
as posted elsewhere....
The body is made of magnesium.
Air has a permeability of 1.000 000 37
Magnesium has a permiability of 1.000 12
Steel and iron are around 100
Mu-Metal, used for electromagnet shielding, is around 20,000 to 50,000
Think of permeability as the materials ability to react to (attenuate) radio signals.
In other words, the magnesium body is for all practical purposes, transparent to electromagnetic waves (radio)..... and even if it wasn't, there are dozens of holes through the metal shell.