I am not experienced in Number Theory but what I know is that some results of this filed are applicable in other areas, e.g. algebra. For sure FLT made (and makes) people be interested in Number Theory leading to the development of new methods which can be themselves applied not only for the proof of FLT (like financial problems motivated somehow development of stochastic analysis). I am interested - if there are applications or implications of FLT itself?
More precisely: if the fact "for each $n\geq3$ there are no integer solutions of $a^n+b^n=c^n$" leads to solutions of problems which are not in the field of Number Theory?
I would specify that I wonder about some problems which are already formulated: since FLT is known for more then 300 years I am pretty sure that there were formulated hypothesis which follow from FLT directly (if there are such hypothesis not in the field of Number Theory).