Here's something that popped into my mind:
In the future, there might not be any filetypes for data. Quantum computers will simply 'guess' what the information is (since all permutations can be tested simultaneously, and the result immediately achieved).
Photos will be taken as a quantum possibility (since all images are just one specific possibility out of an infinite number of possible arrangements of colour dots.
That is, that in the future, a photograph you take will have no specific resolution / detail or height or width. The amount of detail you receive will be down to the power of the quantum computer you are using; meaning that a photo taken with an early quantum camera will only increase in resolution / detail as the power of quantum processing increases.
What’s more, the photo could be 'uncropped' with the necessary quantum processing to 'find' the unseen parts of the image.
Just some food for thought :)