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iOS calls them pickers Visually, instead of a drop-down select, it's a spinner of options on small devices. On larger devices (such as an iPad) it may render a more traditional drop-down. Aternatively you can use a table view as miller columns.
Why do you need a dropdown on iOS? Dropdowns are incredibly hard to interact with on mobile (iOS or Android). I'd suggest an alternative pattern like a picker or as Paul mentioned, Drill Down Lists (a series of Table views, for multiple selection)
iOS makes it much easier to use Drill Downs or "Pickers". These may work depending on what you need the "Dropdown" to do. See: https://developer.apple.com/library/iOS/documentation/userexperience/conceptual/mobilehig/Controls.html#//apple_ref/doc/uid/TP40006556-CH15-SW1
We implemented a dropdown / input field combobox for a similar thing. That way, you offer your users both kinds of interaction: Click the element to see the list of all options, scroll down and select one, drop-down style. This is useful when you'd like the see the complete list of options to help you decide. Start typing to manually input an item, with ...
I reckon by 'the end of the browser' you mean 'the fold' - the bottom edge of the view. The standard solution for this is to display to popout above the field. Many common JQuery popups do this automatically. Here's Select2, for example (which also change position based on scroll - neat):
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