I don't read magazines, despite getting National Geographic every month, a gift from my husband's father for Christmas a few years back that keeps mysteriously renewing. I put each month's arrival in a pile on our coffee table, and when the pile gets too high I donate them to our local elementary school for art classes.
Even before there were Kindles and such I wasn't much of a magazine reader. My mother-in-law loved to sign me up for various magazines about cooking and gardening (both of which I'm awful at and I'm pretty sure they were her way of helping me improve those skills but they failed). Pretty much the only time I read magazine is when I'm in a doctor's office and don't feel like playing on my iPhone or iPad.
This video shows some of the tactics that magazines employ to convince readers that print is not dead: