Useless trivia... cider made with the addition of honey is known as a cyser.
I've done it a few times. Because apple juice doesn't have a whole lot of flavor once the sugar is gone, a 2# honey addition should be quite noticeable, especially if you ferment it dry. If you like dry mead, then you'll enjoy it. But the apple juice can be pretty tart.
Make sure you use some yeast nutrient or energizer, as both the cider and the honey are a barren wasteland for nutrients if you're a yeast cell.