It appears that the latest range of Apple computers are equipped with the M1 Chip, which is ARM based (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apple_M1). Though Microsoft is moving towards more support of Win 10 on the M1 chip (https://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/microsoft-goes-all-in-on-arm-build-2021/) not all applications are currently supported on Windows !0 for ARM, especially 64bit applications. Parallels apparently supports running Windows 10 for ARM on M1 chipped Macs but I haven’t tried this myself. VMware has made comments regarding their intended support of VMs on M1 but Windows VM are a lower priority at this stage (https://blogs.vmware.com/teamfusion/2021/04/fusion-on-apple-silicon-progress-update.html).
What this means is that if you are like me and like to use virtual Windows machines on a MacBook Pro or similar, you might want to consider upgrading to an Intel I7 or I9 based one now, while they are still available. One source of these that I have used in the past is in the Apple online store’s ‘Refurbished and Clearance’ section. (Though I’m sure there’s other stock available elsewhere too, so don’t read this as a recommendation or endorsement!)
I should mention, before anyone else does, that another option is to port over to the Windows infrastructure entirely and retire the trusty Mac.