I don't know why you are trying to argue a point that is insignificant to a camera's overall quality. A camera that is a built to make amazing quality images for it's size and for it's portability and handling.
Having a GPS chip in it (other than reasons I already mentioned) is something that has NOTHING to do with image capturing and a feature that only a small fraction of consumers are really concerned with and would not be a deal breaker. Not everyone is an island hopper and visits so many places that are indistinguishable to the point of forgetting where they shot a photo... most of us have good memories for that just looking at a photo.
Putting in a GPS would be a nice option but not necessary in the big picture, and putting one in would also most likely require some re-engineering of the battery scheme and size and thus reconfiguring the camera body design and size... a can of worms I think is not on most manufacturers to-do lists right now.
The X100T is a perfect photography tool as it stands and well deserving of the latest honors for 2015.
Hey, at least WiFi connection is pertinent to actual image capturing and storage. Try it, you might like it.